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Bucket list adventures in paradise !


and more

where to stay

What to see

adventure awaits

insider tips to help you plan the perfect island getaway

The definitive guide to exploring World Heritage-listed paradise

Bring your camera and go wild on the world's largest sand island

Discover Fraser Island


World Heritage

Wildlife Encounters

Iconic Experiences

Explore untamed natural wonders in protected paradise

See humpback whales, wild dingoes, reptiles and native birds

Bring your camera and sense of adventure

nature experiences

If you travel in search of 5-star outdoor and the ultimate Australian adventure, you’ll find it on the world’s largest sand island. The local Butchulla people named the island K’gari, which means paradise, and once you start exploring, you’ll soon see why!




Enter 4WD’ing heaven, with over 1,200km of sand tracks to explore

Cast a line in one of Australia’s top fishing destinations

Dive in for a swim at one of Fraser’s famous freshwater lakes




Welcome to paradise

QUEENSLAND'S #1 BUCKET LIST DESTINATION The wild wonders and natural charms of Fraser Island are the perfect antidote to a challenging year of COVID lockdowns. Kingfisher Bay Resort and Fraser Explorer Tours have both been voted The Travellers' Choice award this year and have been popular with locals looking to discover the best of Australia, right here in our backyard! We invite you to come and see for yourself why Fraser Island is the #1 bucket list experience in Queensland, as these pages only give you a glimpse of what's on offer. Start planning your escape to paradise and get set to disconnect from devices, leave behind your stress, and reconnect with what's really important in life friends, family, and adventures together in the great outdoors!


CONTENTS Holiday like a Queenslander.............................. 06

Whale Watching........................................................22

Touring......................................................................... 08

Fishing on Fraser..................................................... 24

Kingfisher Bay Resort............................................ 10 Activities.........................................................................12 Flavours of Fraser.................................................... 14 Local Guides................................................................16


Scenic Flights..............................................................26 4WD’ing....................................................................... 28 Staying Surfside....................................................... 30

Island Map................................................................... 18

Events in Paradise....................................................32

Wildlife.......................................................................... 20

Getting There............................................................ 34

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Holiday like a

Queenslander Fraser Island's rugged charms have captured the hearts of many... even larger-than-life NRL legend Billy Moore!


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Renowned for his iconic ‘Queenslander!’ battle-cry in the 1995 State of Origin series, Billy has been sharing his passion for this great state ever since. Top of the list for travel experiences with his family are holidays right here in our own stunning backyard. Just a short drive from his home on the Sunshine Coast, the world’s largest sand island a favourite road trip destination for Billy and the crew – they have a ball every time! Follow in Billy’s footsteps to Fraser Island, and discover why this World Heritage-listed wonder is one of the top bucket list destinations in Queensland.

Billy Recommends EURONG BEACH RESORT The best place to stay surfside, perfect for beach fishing. 4WD access only, cruise along the beach up from the Sunshine Coast! www.eurong.com.au

KINGFISHER BAY RESORT Ticks the boxes for the whole family, with weekly activities & tours. Epic sunset sessions and easy access on the ferry. www.kingfisherbay.com

FRASER EXPLORER TOURS Let local guides show you the best of the island – no need for your own 4WD! Departs from the mainland and the resort. www.fraserexplorertours.com.au

From the rainforests, to the amazing beaches… this is as good as it gets! The experiences you’ll have here on Fraser Island will stay with you for the rest of your life www.MYfraserisland.com



Touring Fraser Island CHAMPAGNE POOLS

Fraser Island had been on Lauren’s bucket list for years.

The lively introduction and warm welcome from Craig, our tour guide, quickly let everyone know that we were in for an entertaining day ahead, and we’re advised to strap in and enjoy the bumpy ride. We descend down the steep sandy road, aptly named ‘the rollercoaster’, as the bus traverses the tracks across the island …the 4WD action begins!

Taking in my surroundings; a man paddleboards far out on the lake, children play in the shallows, and couples walk hand-in-hand. The untamed nature of Fraser Island calls to the spirit of everyone.

Before long, we arrive at Lake McKenzie; a perched dune lake, fed entirely by rainwater and perfectly encircled by pristine white silica sand.

As we enter the rainforest, the sound of birds come alive, the creek shimmers, and sunlight streams through the lush canopy of palms. Weaving our way along the trail, we’re met by the spectacular Satinays – once one of the island’s most popular exports, these survivors stand strong after 500 years.

Early morning calls for a slight cloud cover, giving the water a deep blue tone. Suddenly, the sun breaks


through the clouds, and a bright aquamarine hue emerges from the glistening depths. It is simply stunning – even more so than the pictures that you see.

Next stop: Central Station, where we learn about the logging history of the island, and explore the remnants of the small village of settlers who once lived here.

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Take a tour!

Scan the QR code for itineraries and tour types Iconic experiences are found around every track and turn on Fraser Island – this surprising hidden gem is a MUST on every traveller’s itinerary.



Fraser Explorer Tours 4WD tours of Fraser Island depart daily from Hervey Bay, Rainbow Beach and Kingfisher Bay Resort.

fraserexplorertours.com.au CENTRAL STATION



After a hearty lunch at Eurong Beach Resort, it’s straight out onto the famous 75 Mile Beach, with coastline stretching as far as the eye can see. Our 4WD coach is more than a match for the saltwater and sand, as we cruise along in the sunshine. This renowned ‘sandy highway’ is one of only two places in the world where planes can both take off and land on the beach. We pull up beside small propeller planes stationed on the sand, where we can catch a scenic flight over the island.


In an instant, we are soaring over the ocean, spotting stingrays and dolphins off the shore! Fraser Island is truly special from the sky, giving you glimpses into the spectacular sand blows and hidden lakes that are inaccessible by land. Oh, there’s still so much more here to explore!





Immerse yourself in



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Channel 7 presenter Liz Cantor learns about the ecology of the wallum at the resort.

KINGFISHER BAY RESORT With idyllic white beaches, endless sunshine, World Heritage wilderness to explore and spectacular sunsets across the bay, it’s the perfect place to stay and unwind on island time. An early pioneer in sustainable development, Kingfisher Bay Resort is nestled amongst the natural surrounds of the calm western bay on Fraser Island, and easily accessible from the mainland by ferry. Wake up in paradise to the sweet songs of birdlife, take in the scenery from your private deck, or stroll down to the beach for a dip, with nature right on your doorstep. In today’s busy world of technology, here you can do as much or as little as you like… The weekly ‘What’s On Guide’ showcases a full schedule of ranger-guided adventures, outdoor activities, and unique dining options, with an abundance of nature-based experiences for all ages. Guided 4WD tours depart the resort daily, making exploring the island’s iconic sights easy for everyone. Plan your next island escape, romantic getaway, or fun-filled family holiday on Fraser Island, and spend time with those you love away from the screens and busy schedules, to enjoy pictureperfect moments and memories to cherish forever.



- Let the kids go for the renowned Junior Eco Rangers program; learning about the environment with interactive adventures. - The wallum at the resort is the best place for bird-watching on the island, including the coveted Azure Kingfisher. - Wander through the walkways, swim in the bay, jump on a Segway, or relax by the pool – the choice is yours!





NEW! ECO MARINE CRUISES Discover unique wildlife, journey along pristine coastlines, and experience remote islands within the Great Sandy National Park, aboard Sea Explorer. Join an expert guide and swim in crystal-clear waterways on this eco adventure for all ages. Cruises depart daily, exclusive to Kingfisher Bay Resort.



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The Sunset Bar The most spectacular way to finish the day is with a drink at The Sunset Bar, over the water on the jetty at Kingfisher Bay Resort. The mango-coloured sunsets stretch forever across the waters of the bay – have your camera and a cocktail ready! Pre-book a cheese platter from reception

Scan the QR code for information and weekly activity timetable







RELAXATION, ISLAND STYLE Enhance your experience with some pampering at the Island Day Spa. Indulge in a couples’ treatment or a soothing session with all natural products after a big day of travel on the island.

fraserislandspa.com.au GUIDED WALKS & TALKS




For the foodies

Savour From the theFlavours of Fraser Island with a range of culinary offerings...

rainforest to the plate

Foodies are flocking to Fraser Island for culinary experiences that are fresh, flavourful and authentically Australian. Offering three restaurants and four bars, travellers can truly get a taste of the island life at Kingfisher Bay Resort. The resort’s latest addition is the newly launched Sand & Wood restaurant, with a selection of Asian and Pacificinspired dishes.

The poolside setting is the perfect place to start your day. Savour a continental or assisted buffet breakfast, sip an espresso coffee and fuel up for some epic 4WD adventures. Lunch and light snacks are available throughout the afternoon, with a great variety for little travellers too! After a day of exploring, Sand & Wood offers the ideal atmosphere to unwind, kick back with a drink, and enjoy a delicious meal with family and friends. Adopting a shared platter concept using the finest produce from Queensland and select regions of Australia, dishes are designed to be mixed, matched and savoured by guests, complemented by a selection of small plates and sides. Cheers to life in paradise!

SAND & WOOD Open daily for breakfast, lunch, poolside snacks and dinner - bookings recommended.

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MODERN AUSTRALIAN CREATIONS The team at Kingfisher Bay Resort invite guests discover the delights of local indigenous ingredients (many of which most Australians have never tried), through interactive sampling sessions and menus that inform and inspire the senses. Resort rangers guide guests through the flavours of Fraser and surrounding regions, from the refreshing citrus of lemon myrtle, the sweet lilly pillies, to the pint-sized pepper berries that truly pack a punch. Guests learn about the history and pairing combinations, with freshly cooked kangaroo, crocodile and emu, to taste Australia on a plate. This informative class is the perfect introduction to your fine dining experience, at the resort’s signature restaurant, Seabelle.

SIGNATURE MENU: Calamari and crocodile salad, with pepperberry aioli, watermelon and mint.

Bush Tucker Talk and Taste Interactive demonstration – 45 mins See the What's on Guide for details. kingfisherbay.com

NEW! Sand & Wood Restaurant The original Maheno bar & restaurant at the resort has undergone an island-inspired refurbishment, newly relaunched as Sand & Wood with a brand new layout and menu! The chefs have curated a share-platter range of cuisine drawing on Asian, Australia and Pacific influences. This poolside dining concept is winning raving fans on Fraser Island and offers something new to enjoy for returning guests.

SEABELLE RESTAURANT Savour the Tastes of Australia program with an award-winning degustation taste sensation, infused with traditional native ingredients and served in a softly-lit outdoor setting. Or sample from the menu’s signature dishes, such as the lemon aspen paperbark barramundi.

THE SAND BAR For a casual beachside vibe with bistro favourites for the whole family, head to The Sand Bar. Open all day for in-house guests at the resort and day visitors to the island, the swimming pools and games arcade will also be a hit with the kids. Scan the QR Code to download the latest menus




Peter Meyer has lived and

breathed Fraser Island for over 20 years. A renowned photographer, Peter works as a tour guide for FRASER EXPLORER TOURS and takes pride in showcasing the island's immense wonders to guests from around the world. He says that many travellers are so distracted by technology and stress in their lives that it's important for them to slow down and enjoy the beauty of nature. "We're so busy that we can't see what's in front of us. I see myself as an interpreter of nature, helping our guests to reconnect to what's important."

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NEW! Private tours of Fraser Island For the discerning traveller or previous visitor to Fraser Island who wants to head off the beaten track... this is the ultimate way to experience the world's largest sand island in style! Enjoy a completely bespoke itinerary with your own ranger and vehicle for the day. Your expert guide will arrange a day that perfectly suits you (like a swim at Lake McKenzie without the crowds!), expert commentary about the island's history and World Heritagelisted ecology. The tour includes ferry transfers, national park fees and premium food & beverage selections - available on demand only!

NEW! Multi-Day tours of Fraser Island Embark on an unforgettable coast-to-coast adventure, with NEW 3, 4 or 5-day itineraries of Fraser Island! Explore this Aussie 4WDing paradise and tick off the destination’s bucket list spots, with accommodation at both Kingfisher Bay Resort and Eurong Beach Resort. Offering the most comprehensive way to see all of the island’s lesser-known (but equally spectacular) locations, you’ll have more time to relax and enjoy island life. A range of resort upgrade experiences are also available – see the website for bookings and more information.







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Hervey Bay

Moon Point

Great Sandy Marine Park

Rooney Point

Platypus Bay

Yidney Scrub

Lake Allom Cathedral Beach


Maheno Wreck Eli Creek

Indian Head

Red Canyon

The Pinnacles


Champagne Pools

Orchid Beach Waddy Point

Ocean Lake

Ngkala Rocks

Great Sandy National Park

Wathumba Creek

NOTE: Only walking access to lighthouse.

Sandy Cape Lighthouse

Sandy Cape

Gold Coast


Sunshine Coast


Shop, gas, ice

Boat access

Ranger station

(emergency medical assistance only)

QPS Information Centre

4WD Camping Zone

Barge Route

Lake Garawongera scenic drive

Southern Lakes scenic drive

Great Walk

No beach driving

4WD track


National park

Eurong Beach Resort

Kingfisher Bay Resort


South Pacific Ocean

Fraser Island

South Pacific Ocean



Fraser Island

Hervey Bay

River Heads

Wanggoolba Creek

Central Station

Mainland Ferry & Barge

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Lake McKenzie

Hook Point inland road

Lake Birrabeen

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Coolooloi Creek



Rainbow Gorge

Yidney Rocks

Barge tickets and permits available from Shell Service Station

Rainbow Beach

Inskip Point

Hook Point

Access ramp to Hook Point inland road

Dilli Village

Lake Boomanjin

Eurong QPS Information Centre

Lake Wabby

Poyungan Rocks

Lake Garawongera

Happy Valley




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Sandy Cape Orchid Beach


Indian Head Cathedral Beach






Happy Valley





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This map is a guide to Fraser Island’s beauty spots and natural attractions and should not be relied upon by walkers and campers

Dilli Village






Distance Chart (in km)


Do not swim in the ocean

Water (treat before drinking)



Police station

Barge landing

Picnic table


Private accommodation

Parking area




fraser island is mother nature’s playground Wander through the lush palms, giant king ferns and soaring satinays of Pile Valley, as sunlight streams through the towering canopy, and pure water floats silently along the creek. Central Station is the historic heart of Fraser, flourishing with centuries-old trees, and trunks broader than you can hug your arms around. It is the only place in the world where rainforests grow from the sand at elevations of more than 200 metres, and is one of the many natural phenomena unique to the island. Inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1992, the ever-changing sand scape of Fraser Island is home to a unique and diverse range of flora and fauna – notably, the most pure strain of dingoes in Australia.


These furry friends have become an island icon, often spotted amongst the scrub, or trotting along 75 Mile Beach. They have happily co-existed with tourists for years, just remember to follow the dingo safety advice at the resorts. Birdsong fills the air on Fraser, with 354 migratory and coastal species recorded on the island. Honey eaters, eagles and Kingfishers are frequently spotted around the resort’s wallum and heathland areas – a delight for nature lovers! Sea turtles, stingrays and dugong glide through the waters of the Great Sandy Strait, and armies of soldier crabs scuttle along the western shore. Come nightfall, the sounds of nocturnal species come alive, with rhythmic ribbits of acid frogs echoing in the wetlands, and the gentle coo of owls from high in the treetops.

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FAST FRASER FACTS - Fraser Island’s satinay trees were used to rebuild the London Docks after WW2 – and even lined the banks of the Suez Canal. - 4.2 million litres of water flows from Eli Creek into the ocean every hour – float to your heart’s content!

A World Heritage wonder: December 2017 marked the 25 year anniversary of Fraser Island’s World Heritage-listing.

striking colours

The most pure strain of dingoes in Australia reside here, with an approximate population of 200-300 on the island.

- The Pinnacles are comprised of 72 different shades of red, orange and yellow sands.

Half of the world’s freshwater perched dune lakes are found on the island, over 100 to be exact!

- Silica sand acts as a filter, giving Lake McKenzie’s ombre, aquamarine hues their remarkable clarity.

Lake Boomanjin is the largest perched dune lake in the world, also right here on Fraser.



World -class

whale watching

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Every year, the humpback whales stop to frolic in the calm waters off the Fraser Coast during their annual migration. The sheltered sanctuary allows mothers to nurture their calves, and teach important life skills, whilst the curious adolescent males, or “people watchers”, inquisitively approach the boats. Measuring up to 16 metres in length with an average weight of 30,000 kilograms, watch in wonder as these oceanic giants launch out of the water in a playful breach, wave their pec fins, and make a splash in spectacular style.


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For an up-close encounter of grand proportions, half-day whale watching cruises on the Quick Cat II depart daily from Kingfisher Bay Resort, with whale sightings and up-close encounters in the Great Sandy Strait guaranteed. Hervey Bay Whale Watch is a family-operated business, led by John and his children Josh, Sam and Kate. With over 30 years of local knowledge, and the longest established whale watching company in Australia, the Peaker’s take guests on a truly larger than life experience. “We’re proud to continue the whale watching legacy first started by industry pioneers, Brian and Jill Perry, creating an experience of a lifetime for visitors to the region”, Kate says.

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Regarded as the

whale watching capital of the world, thousands

of southern humpbacks arrive in the region from August to October. whalewatch.com.au

dive in FOR A swim

a whale of a time

Come face to face with these gentle giants, in Australia’s first licensed ‘swim with the whales’ experience.

- Over 27,000 whales migrate each year along the Fraser Coast

Bring your bathers for an awe-inspiring encounter in the water!

- Marvel at these majestic creatures, from just metres away! - Stay where the whales play, at Kingfisher Bay Resort.


say hello to the humpbacks The waters to the west of Fraser Island are the only place in Australia where the whales stop to relax during their migration. This protected sanctuary creates a unique and memorable whale watching experience for visitors.


TAILOR-MADE FOR FISHING Renowned as a top beach fishing destination, the pristine coastline along 75 Mile Beach, the famous ‘Fraser Flats’, or the calmer western side are all world-class spots to cast a line.


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Tailor is of course the top of many anglers’ target lists on Flathead Fraser, and are most prominent on the eastern side. Whilst beach fishing is a year-round foray on Fraser Island, mark the calendar for May to October, and prepare for the annual ‘Tailor Run’… you’ll be hooked in no time! Forget camping, long days of fishing require hot showers and cold beers, and Eurong Beach Resort is the perfect place for the whole family to stay (and a beaut spot for sunrise sessions).

Whether beach worming, or bait fishing, the resort’s general store is stocked with all of your rigging needs. You’ll be equipped with the works – hook, line and sinker. When hitting the tracks always allow for high tide, be sure to breeze back before you run out of beach, so you can get back to cook up your catch!

top spots

the ultimate tips • Plan with the seasons to target your favourite fish • Time your trips with the tide and make sure you can get back safely • Don’t leave fish or open buckets on the beach as they attract dingoes • Bait-up with some beachworms – have a crack at catching these little critters yourself!


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Take to the

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As the world’s largest sand island, it can seem slightly ambitious to explore it in a day. Not for the crew at Air Fraser. Departing from the Sunshine Coast or Hervey Bay, Air Fraser flies you over, lands on the sandy highway of 75 Mile Beach and lends you a 4WD to go exploring. The touring package also comes with a full briefing to ensure guests navigate the tracks in the safest possible environment - they’ve even designed a list of their must-see locations. If you’re lucky to visit Fraser from August to October each year, then you can even add whale watching to your in-flight entertainment, and catch a birds-eye view of the humpbacks on migration in the ocean below.

fly, drive & stay! Take your adventure to new heights, with Air Fraser Island. Explore the sand tracks by day, fish from the beach, and relax overnight at Eurong Beach Resort. From $575* per person, including return flights, accommodation, breakfast and 4WD hire.

Adventures abound with Air Fraser - now boarding!


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THE FLYING FAMILY Gerry Geltch is the airline’s owner and head pilot – treating passengers to scenic flights over one of Queensland’s most remote and spectacularly beautiful destinations almost his whole life. And it’s more than just a day-job; it’s been engrained in him from an early age. Aviation is a passion that runs in the family, carried over three generations. It began in the mid-seventies, with Gerry’s father. He flew some people up from the Central Coast of NSW, landed on the beach and thought ‘this is for me’. He never looked back. Gerry started to fly planes himself in the late 80’s, although casually mentions that he’s been steering airplanes since he was around 3 years old. Start em’ young, they say. Fast forward to today and the tradition is as strong as ever, with Gerry’s son Troy also a pilot for the airline. “I can’t wait to hand the business over to my children in 20 or 30 years’ time, it’d be fantastic to keep it in the family”.

You need to see the sights on the ground, but you’ve gotta get up in the air for the whole picture.

With a love of the local landscape, and eager to showcase everything Fraser Island has to offer, they’ve created a ‘Fly ‘n’ Drive’ tour – an epic way to experience the island’s top spots in a day. One of Gerry’s favourites: Red Canyon, or as it’s more commonly known, The Pinnacles Coloured Sands. A place dear to Gerry’s heart, it was also one of his father’s most loved spots, and the place where he married. Featuring 72 shades of red, yellow and golden coloured sands, its striking formation is a natural wonder along the eastern coast.



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Get sand-safari savvy 1. Momentum is your friend 2. So is your recovery kit… 3. Plan your day around trips to Eurong Beach Resort (fuel, coffee, bathrooms, repeat) 4. When cruising along 75 Mile Beach, watch out for coffee rock, creeks, and drop offs 5. Finally – and most importantly – head across the inland tracks to the western side of the island in time for champagne o’clock at The Sunset Bar!

Ladies, start your engines! Forget living life on cruise control – it’s time to hit the sand with your squad for an adrenaline-fuelled, four-wheeling adventure to remember. Kingfisher Bay Resort has personalised tours, corporate escape packages, and driver training programs to get you out of the office, out of your comfort zone, and onto a bona fide beach highway. Discover your inner rev head and learn how to say “snatch trap” with a straight face – because you’re going to need one if you get bogged.

TICKET TO RIDE Check your tyre pressure, tide times, and track conditions before hitting the sand!

Leave the hair straighteners behind, put the pedal to the metal, and let’s go! #GIRLSGOTGRIT • Book a personalised 4WD trip with a Ranger from Kingfisher Bay Resort • Hire a 4WD from Aussie Trax at the resort • Sharpen your skills at the Australian Offroad Academy



Your ultimate east coast



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fishing fanatics

Round up your fellow and get the family in tow, for an epic getaway in the great outdoors.

Eurong Beach Resort Located on the eastern coast of Fraser Island, Eurong Beach Resort provides easy access to Fraser Island’s World Heritage-listed attractions. As your beachfront base to beautiful 75 Mile Beach and beyond, Eurong Beach Resort is designed to suit every budget and is the coastal hub for your activities, day trips and fishing expeditions. With the beach right on your doorstep, why not teach the kids how to cast a line or head out to explore over 1,200km of sand tracks. After a day out on the island, you can take a dip in one of the resort pools or enjoy a cocktail at The Beach Bar. Refuel your engines with a tasty pizza or delicious evening meal – we guarantee your travelling tribe won’t go hungry! With self-contained resort rooms and spacious two-bedroom apartments available, you can relax on the balcony, breathe in that fresh sea breeze and watch the world go by.


DOWN THE 'ROAD'... - Cruise along the beach highway to the historic Maheno Shipwreck - Float away your days at Eli Creek or the Champagne Pools - Navigate north to the Indian Head lookout, and take in the panoramic views and spy marine life - Cast a line, and reel in that catch of the day

ONE-STOP FRASER SHOP stay surfside - Wander down to the shore and catch sunrise on the beach - Tuck into a hearty brekkie to kick-start your morning - Enjoy a hot shower after a day of island adventures - Say cheers to life in paradise, with beer on tap at The Beach Bar


- Trying the donuts at Eurong Bakery are a MUST on the to-do list - General store for all the essentials… fruit & veg, ice, fishing gear, souvenirs and more! - Grab a 6-pack from the bottle shop - Fuel-up at the petrol station - Nothing says ‘well-earned meal’ like a tasty Eurong pizza!


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Iconic memories are made on Fraser Island

Imagine yourself saying “I do” on the sandy white shores of Fraser Island, sharing a picture-perfect moment with friends and family that will be captured forever... The stunning array of scenic locations across the island provides the ultimate backdrop for your vows, with all-inclusive touring, activities, and accommodation options for your guests after the big event. Design your wedding, your way – with evening receptions ranging from formal dining affairs to poolside soirees, or beach-side bonfires and barbecues under the stars. Start your life together as newlyweds at Kingfisher Bay Resort, the destination for couples looking for somewhere extra special.



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SAY YES WITH THE BEST! 1. ABIA winner Best QLD Resort Reception Venue for 4 years in a row

SCENIC DINING The resort grounds can cater for all types of events – from informal cocktail parties and barbecues to elegant or formal dinners. Receptions can be held in the spacious air-conditioned ballroom, on the deck overlooking the pool, or under the stars in our outdoor dining area on the western beach.

2. Escape to your own private island paradise without the overseas travel/long flight

ISLAND STYLE Breathtaking beaches, crystal clear lakes, and stunning natural surrounds set the perfect scene to say ‘I do’. For an idyllic wedding or epic event experience, Fraser Island is the perfect destination!


3. Romantic beach ceremonies (with a west-facing sunset over the bay) 4. Your very own personal events coordinator to take care of all the details for you 5. Complimentary couples retreat at the resort – stay for free and enjoy a full site inspection!


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The Kingfisher Bay ferry runs daily return services from River Heads to Kingfisher Bay Resort. The ferry seats 220 passengers with a fully licensed bar and snack food available. Vehicles can be booked on this ferry; however you don’t need your own 4WD if you are staying at Kingfisher Bay Resort. The Fraser Venture Barge runs daily return services from River Heads to Wanggoolba Creek, which is perfect for those heading out in vehicles across the island and/or staying at Eurong Beach Resort. Please note that these services are subject to tidal conditions and must be booked in advance.

Direct flights to Hervey Bay are available daily from Brisbane and Sydney. Kingfisher Bay Resort can prebook return airport transfers from the airport to the ferry mainland reception.

Access is easy, just 3.5 hours drive north of Brisbane or 2.5 hours from the Sunshine Coast. Secure carparking is available at the ferry mainland reception.



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EXPLORE PARADISE Award- winning tours to Fraser Island

Discover the World Heritage-listed wonders of Fraser Island! Award-winning one and two-day tours depart daily from Hervey Bay and Rainbow Beach.






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Welcome to Fraser Island  

WELCOME TO FRASER Island: a living, breathing natural treasure and the perfect choice for your next ‘overseas’ holiday. This magazine is you...

Welcome to Fraser Island  

WELCOME TO FRASER Island: a living, breathing natural treasure and the perfect choice for your next ‘overseas’ holiday. This magazine is you...

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