Fraser Explorer Day Tour ex Rainbow Beach
You will see the highlights of World Heritage Fraser Island's amazing variety of landscape... long surf-pounded beaches, luxuriant rainforest, pristine freshwater lakes, vast desert-like sand blow, winding streams, and forest-clad dunes rising to 240 metres, among the highest in the world.
- Central Station - now a tourist stop in the middle of Fraser Island, this historical site used to be a bustling logging station that housed schools and shops.
- Wanggoolba Creek - saunter along the boardwalk to discover ancient King Ferns and look up in wonderment at lush, subtropical rainforest.
- Lake McKenzie – relax on its sandy white beaches or take a dip in its crystal clear blue waters, picture perfect is the best way to describe Fraser’s most photographed lake.
- Seventy-Five Mile Beach - drive down Fraser Island’s own highway and keep an eye out for dingos as well as Air Fraser, taking off and landing right on the beach. You can take this scenic flight as an optional extra and see the island from a birds-eye view.
- Eli Creek - wade or float down this fast moving stream, straight to the Coral Sea or just sit-back and unwind on the sandy banks.
- Maheno Shipwreck – stretch your legs and imagine the grandeur of a bygone passenger liner, washed ashore in 1935 that has been reduced to a magnificent rusting wreck.
- The Pinnacles Coloured Sands – stop to take a picture of these heavenly dunes and hear the Dreamtime story of how these hued sand cliffs where formed.