Sunrover Expeditions Fraser Island 2 Day Safari

2 Day Safari of Fraser Island Departing Brisbane

Tour Points

Tour Information

Resort Accomodation OR Camping in National Park (gear supplied)

DAY 1: Travel north past the Glasshouse Mountains to Noosa River Ferry and Cooloola Coast Beach (tides permitting). Arrive Rainbow Beach for early lunch (own cost) overlooking the coloured sands and surf. Ferry cruise to Fraser Island. 4WD Fraser Island's Eastern Surf Beach to Lake Wabby, and famous Sand Dune - Swim, Hike, Turtle watch. Return to Fraser Beach resort and relax at pool, spa or afternoon beach walk. Walk along 75 Mile Beach, stargaze, relax or hit the night scene.

DAY 2: A drive through Fraser's magical rainforest before a relaxing morning at Lake McKenzie. Swim, snorkel and photograph this unique lake. In the cool of the rainforest take the boardwalk at Central Station. Enjoy a fresh picnic lunch, cold drinks and tropical fruits, before seeing the rare giant King Fern, world heritage satinay forest, and crystal clear waters of Wanggoolba Creek and Central Station OR 4WD to Eli Creek, Cathedral Beach and Indian Head (tides permitting). Out of the rainforest to Lake Jennings, Lake Birrabeen around the corner, swim or relax overlooking the lake. Birrabeen has the whitest sand, the clearest water - a true window lake. From here travel past Lake Benaroon to Lake Boomanjin - the red lake and largest perched lake in the world. Return to 75 Mile Beach - 4WD to Rainbow Beach and on to Noosa and Brisbane (itinerary subject to tides).

* Lake MacKenzie
* Lake Wabby
* Central Station
* Wangoolba Creek
* Hike freshwater perched lake & swim
* Coloured Sands at Rainbow Beach
* Dingo, Tortoise, Dolphin
* Night Activities and Starlight swim

- Expert Driver and Eco Guide
- Picnic lunch (day 2)
- 75 mile beach drive
- Ferry Fees & Transport Return
- All camping equipment(Other meals available from Eurong Beach Resort - bakery, take-away shop or restaurants)

Fraser Island (National Park Fee & Daily Permit: $20 per person, per day)