The world’s largest sand island, Fraser Island is World Heritage listed because of its diverse landscape and unique wildlife.
A 40-minute boat ride from Hervey Bay, it has long stretches of pristine beaches and freshwater lakes.
Beach fishing is popular plus nature tours to discover the wonders of Lake McKenzie and its pure white silica sand and crystal-clear waters. A swim in freshwater Eli Creek and a visit to Lake Wabby with its deep green waters and large sand dune is a must. The coloured sand cliffs of The Cathedrals near Indian Head of 75 Mile Beach reveal a rainbow of colours. Along the famous 75 Mile you can see the famous shipwreck, the Maheno and the Champagne rock pools.
There’s accommodation to suit all budgets from camping and caravanning, hostel style accommodation to luxury resort penthouses. Kingfisher Bay Resort is eco-friendly
nature-based retreat surrounded by native flora and fauna. Check out the bush tucker-inspired fine dining experiences and glorious sunsets along the western beach. There are four pools and an Island Day Spa. At nearby Hervey Bay options include the 14 room Emeraldene Inn and Eco-Lodge and Sanctuary Lakes Fauna has 36 lakefront villas.
Kingfisher Bay Resort has three restaurants including its signature Seabelle Restaurant that features bush-tucker infused sensations.
Savour the flavours of Fraser, curated by our award-winning culinary team into an array of bush tucker-infused sensations. There are also bush tucker inspired cocktails in the Seabelle Lounge Bar. Guests can also join the Taste of Australia program tasting bush tucker. Pick up supplies at Eurong, Happy Valley, Cathedrals on Fraser, Orchid Beach, and Kingfisher.