Northern Adventures Fraser Island Tour
5 Day Fraser Island Camping Adventure.
Private Charter Tour for up to 4 people. $1,487. Per Person
Say hello to Fraser Island
Also known as the largest sand island in the world. You can gaze up at towering ancient trees in astonishing rain forests growing out of sand on this World Heritage-listed wonder, be amazed by the incredible sapphire blues and emerald greens in the stunning freshwater lakes and float down Eli Creek.
Lying just off the coast of Hervey Bay and south of the Great Barrier Reef’s last coral cays. Fraser is the world’s largest sand island and stretches for 123km and spans 166,000 hectares.
Panoramic viewpoints on our Fraser Island Tour include Indian Head, a rocky outcrop on the island’s easternmost tip, and the Cathedrals, a cliff famous for sculpted ribbons of coloured sand. Fraser Island is a camping and ecotourism destination, with beaches and swimming sites at Lake McKenzie, Lake Wabby as well as many other freshwater creeks and pools.
Your fully guided 5 day adventure safari will show you through Fraser
Island’s unique ecosystems. Utilising several different camp sites we
will branch out on different daily trips by 4WD to visit popular
destinations, and explore wilderness landmarks via walking trails.
While on Fraser Island you can cast your line into the surf, walk, swim or snorkel in tranquil fresh water lakes, relax and stroll on moon-lit beaches or explore the vast rolling sand dunes.
Voted one of the Best Fraser Island Tours of 2019.
Your fully guided 5 day adventure safari will show you through Fraser Island’s unique ecosystems. Utilising several different camp sites we will branch out on different daily trips by 4WD to visit popular destinations, and explore wilderness landmarks via walking trails.
While on your Fraser Island tour you can cast a line into the surf, walk, swim or snorkel in tranquil fresh water lakes, relax and stroll on moon-lit beaches or explore the vast sand deserts.
Fraser Island 5 Day Tour Itinerary.
Fraser Island Tour.
Pick up from Brisbane – Cleveland Train Station at 8.50 am. Depart Brisbane and travel north via the Sunshine Coast through the Cooloola National Park into Rainbow Beach and onto the sand at Inskip Point. Where we will refresh with lunch and a swim, before crossing over by ferry to Fraser Island. Once on Fraser Island we will travel along Fraser’s majestic Ocean Beach to Govi Creek and Dilli Beach National Park campsite. Relax and enjoy the afternoon serenity or walk and explore the deserted coastline. (L-D)
Start the day with a dawn beach walk or fishing before departing inland to the world’s largest perched lake – Lake Boomanjin. At Lake Birrabeen enjoy the natural surrounds of the lake or take a swim to prepare for the beauty of Central Station Rainforest.
Try a self-guided walk and learn about the natural wildlife of the rainforest. Move on to Lake McKenzie for lunch and relax swim or snorkel. Be amazed by the green lake – Lake Wabby – surrounded by a Sand Blow which is slowly filling the lake. Back at camp you can photograph unique sand wildflowers or relax in the cool waters of Govi Creek. (B-L-D)
Time to move camp this morning and explore further up the Island. The first stop today is at Eli Creek the largest and fastest flowing creek on the East Coast of Fraser Island.
Just a little further up the beach we will encounter the ship wreck of the ‘Maheno’…. and then it’s off through the rainforest to see the fresh water tortoises at Lake Allom. From here we drive back out along along the beach past the striking features of the high coloured sand cliffs of the Cathedrals. Tonight we will camp on the beach just behind the sand dunes at Dundubara. Throughout the afternoon enjoy beach fishing or a swim in the ocean at low tide, or head out for some bird watching & walks before settling down to dinner around the campfire. (B-L-D)
Today it;s off to Indian Head. From this high rocky outcrop you can gaze out over the beach to the south and over the headlands to the north and see turtles sharks and rays swimming below. You may even see Humpback whales (June to October).
A short 2km drive north brings us to Champagne Pools a great place to Swim and snorkel before venturing further north to Waddy Point and the beautiful untouched golden beaches. (B-L-D)
Unfortunately it is time to pack up and return to civilisation. Before leaving cast a line into the surf – the best beach fishing in the world or hike up the coastal cliffs to watch the sun rise or take a stroll along the beach. Then the final exciting run down the rugged Fraser coastline before the barge and mainland. Return to the Brisbane for Drop Off at Cleveland Train Station.
If you would like to reserve your 5 Day Fraser Island Adventure.
Please let us know by visiting our Tour Bookings Page or by calling on the number below.
Phone Jason on 0488 069 731
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS.
On a private charter tour, you have the tour to yourself and your own personal driver guide. We design your itinerary based on your interests, whatever they may be! Whether you’re interested in Hiking, Bird watching, Photography, Fishing or just finding a remote location and taking in the scenery, we can personalise your experience. If you’re a group of friends or a solo traveler and you want a tour to yourself – no problem – you can charter any of our scheduled tours for yourself or we can design an itinerary just for you.
What vehicle will I be traveling in?
Tours are carried out in comfortable new air-conditioned Toyota Hilux Four Wheel Drives.
With a maximum number of 4 passengers per vehicle.
Personal luggage is carried in our purpose built Off Road Trailers along with all other necessary equipment for the tour.
Is food supplied?
On our tours we provide you with continental breakfasts daily, consisting of fruit juice, cereals, tea & coffee, toast and jams. Lunch and dinner will also be provided as indicated and these will consist of fresh salads and cold meats, sandwiches, pasta dishes, barbecues and cooked meals. We also provide storage for cold drinks and foods as we are traveling.
How much luggage can I bring?
Each passenger is encouraged to take one suitcase – although soft bags are preferred as they are easier to pack. Weight limit aprox 50 kilos. You should also have a small day bag or pack which you can carry on walks and day tours. Baggage over the prescribed limit cannot be carried without prior approval from the tour operator .
What else do I need to bring?
A jacket and warm clothes for the cooler months. Sleeping bag, Shorts, trousers and shirts for the tropics. Swimwear, a hat, sunglasses, and sun protection. Clothing should be casual and footwear comfortable. Personal toiletries Don’t forget to bring your camera along with plenty spare batteries. Money or credit card for personal expenses such as drinks, souvenirs and optional day tours.
Do I Need Travel Insurance?
Travel Insurance is not included with this trip. We strongly recommend that you take out comprehensive travel insurance to cover any unforeseen circumstances which may arise (including, but not limited to, health, baggage, loss of monies through cancellation, additional expenses incurred through illness or personal liability prior to travel and early return following death of a relative).
I’m not very fit, will I make it through to the tip?
Our tours have been designed to suit a reasonable level of fitness. Being able to do some walking along nature trails and cope with remoteness in the Outback is essential. People who suffer from lack of tolerance or are not of general good health should not consider going on an extended tour of this type.
Note: If you need special medication, it is advisable to bring your own adequate supply for the duration of the tour.
On this journey we are traveling to very remote regions. Occasionally things happen which may require a change to the itinerary. To enjoy the full benefit of your journey you should not be rigid with your expectations. Be flexible, open-minded and prepared for the unexpected because after all, this is outback Australia.