Fraser Island 4WD Tour From Hervey Bay

4WD Tour Fraser Island From Hervey Bay

Discover Fraser Island’s highlights on a full day tour with an experienced guide. It includes time to swim in pristine lakes, hit the beach and explore the rainforest. Visit iconic spots including Lake McKenzie, Eli Creek, Seventy-Five Mile Beach, Central Station, Wanggoolba Creek, the Maheno shipwreck and the Pinnacles. Learn about the animal and plant life on land and in the ocean.

Route

Depart early from Hervey Bay travel by 4WD vehicle stop at Central Station, a former logging station and now the starting point for many walking trails. Stroll along the Wanggoolba Creek boardwalk through subtropical rainforest. Enjoy a swim in Lake McKenzie and relax on the sandy white beaches Float down Eli Creek, a fast-flowing freshwater creek that pours into the ocean Drive along Seventy Five Mile Beach to see the techno color sand cliffs of the Pinnacles and SS Maheno shipwreck.

What to Expect

Find out why the Aboriginal people named Fraser Island K’Gari (paradise) on your full-day tour. Get an early start with hotel pickup; catch the ferry to Fraser Island. Upon arrival hop the air conditioned 4WD coach across the roads and sandy beaches of this World Heritage listed sand island.

Highlights

Visit picture perfect Lake McKenzie to take a dip in its clear water or lounge on its white sand beach. Enjoy the crystal clear waters of Wanggoolba Creek, located in Central Station, the former headquarters for the island’s timber industry. Walk through a rainforest valley with ancient king ferns, towering ghost gum and pine trees.

Iconic Destinations

On Seventy-Five Mile Beach, drive down the sandy beach and look for birds of prey and migrating humpback whales (July – November).  Stop at two iconic destinations: the colored sand cliffs of the Pinnacles and the Maheno shipwreck wrecked during an out-of-season cyclone in 1935.

Similar Post: