Fraser Explorer: 2 Day Tour ex Rainbow Beach
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 - check-out the interp displays and discover a former logging station that was once the hub of a bustling timber industry.
- Wanggoolba Creek - stroll along the boardwalk to discover the ancient King Ferns before hiking through Pile Valley’s subtropical rainforest to see the island’s famous Satinay Trees.
- Lake McKenzie - enjoy a revitalising swim in the fresh, crystal blue water and relax on the sandy white beaches of this picture perfect perched dune lake.
- Seventy-Five Mile Beach - tour the sandy highway – the ‘spine of Fraser Island’, running from Hook Point to Great Sandy Cape. During this journey, take an extra opportunity to join the Air Fraser team for a scenic flight over the island.
- Eli Creek - relax on the sandy banks, wade through the invigorating shallow waters or drift down stream – the fastest flowing creek on the island is sure to revitalise your mind, body and soul.
- Maheno Shipwreck - learn the intriguing history of this once proud passenger liner that was washed ashore in 1935 during an out-of-season cyclone. While you’re at it, take the chance to stretch your legs and take a holiday snap with this rusting wreck.
- The Pinnacles Coloured Sands - one of Fraser’s more magical locations, you will hear the Dreamtime story of how these rainbow coloured cliffs came to be.
- Indian Head - take in the spectacular views and look down from the rocky outcrop for sharks, turtles even migrating humpback whales.
- Champagne Pools – stimulate your senses and take a dip in a natural ocean jacuzzi, a natural rock pool filled by crashing waves.
- Lake Wabby - swim in the emerald-green window lake and explore the only example of a barrage lake found of Fraser Island, after your trek across the shifting sands of the Hammerstone Sandblow.