Fraser Explorer: 2 Day Tour ex Hervey Bay (FEXHB2DT)
Just imagine swimming in fresh-water lakes, bright as jewels ringed by white sandy beaches, walking through tall ancient rainforest growing in sand, four-wheel driving along a beach flanked by strikingly coloured sand cliffs to find a ship wreck.
Bring your camera and a sense of humour as you explore Fraser Island with an eco-accredited guide who lives and loves the island. Fraser Explorer Tours take the hassle out of seeing the world’s largest sand island by managing tides and traffic - leaving you to enjoy the island’s World Heritage wilderness and colourful history in air-conditioned comfort.
Central Station - admire the towering trees growing in nothing but sand and learn why Fraser Island was so valuable to the timber industry. Stroll along the Wanggoolba Creek boardwalk and discover the ‘invisible creek’ silently flowing through the rainforest.
Pile Valley - walk through the subtropical rainforest to see the famous marine borer resistant Satinay Trees used line the banks of the Suez Canal and to rebuild the London Docks after World War II.
Lake McKenzie - relax on its white sandy beaches and swim in its crystal blue water.
Seventy-Five Mile Beach - hit Fraser Island’s sandy highway as you make your way north. Keen for a bird’s eye view or some amazing aerial photos? Join Air Fraser for a scenic joy-flight over the island (optional extra).
Eli Creek - wade through the shallow waters or float down stream, straight to the Coral Sea!
Maheno Shipwreck - view the famous rusting wreck that was once a luxury cruise liner, washed ashore in 1935 it is now a photographers paradise!
The Pinnacles Coloured Sands – be amazed by these spectacularly technicoloured sand cliffs and the Dreamtime tale of how they were formed.
Indian Head - climb to the top of this rocky headland for spectacular beach and ocean views. Look out for sharks, rays and turtles, even migrating humpback whales (July - November).
The Champagne Pools - slip in to this amazing natural jacuzzi formed by the crashing waves.
Lake Wabby - trek across Hammerstone Sandblow and be rewarded with a dip in this emerald lake.
At the end of the second day, board the 5.00pm ferry back to River Heads where our shuttle service will take you back to your accommodation (drop-off between 6.00pm and 7.00pm).