Looking for a Fraser Island tour which combines all the best bits of Fraser Island with a comfortable, resort style accommodation?
Well this 3 day option with the crew of Cool Dingo packs in everything you’d expect from a Fraser Island tour, with 2 nights at the Kingfisher Bay Resort.
Cruise through the rainforest tracks to the stunning clear waters of Lake Mackenzie, float down the tranquil fresh water stream at Eli Creek, take in all the amazing views of Indian Head Lookout and of course explore the historic Maheno Shipwreck.
This Cool, Dingo tour includes everything you need to make the most of Fraser Island – including an experienced and knowledgable guide, all your meals, accommodation and of course a spot on their 4×4 tour bus.
So kick back, enjoy the ride and get ready to discover why Fraser Island is one of the most popular trips on the whole of the East Coast!
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Day 1 : Welcome Sunset Drinks with your Guide
Day 2 : Fraser Island Eastern Beach highlights
Day 3 : Fraser Island Lakes and Rainforest
PLEASE NOTE; Exact itinerary will vary depending on weather and tides
The NEW Cool Dingo Tour now includes THREE additional bucket list experiences:
1. Sunset drinks overlooking the western bay from Kingfisher Bay Resort
2. Ranger-guided Aussie bush tucker experience
3. Hike across a Sandblow to the stunning emerald green Lake Wabby
Note: Cool Dingo Tour is the ONLY tour on Fraser Island to have exclusive access to these first two experiences, and they are already proving an instant hit with guests!
2 nights accommodation in the Wilderness Lodges at Kingfisher Bay Resort
2 buffet dinners at the Dingo Bar
2 buffet breakfasts at the Dingo Bar
2 picnic lunches while on tour, plus morning/afternoon tea refreshments
Sunset Drink on arrival at the Sunset Bar, on the beach at Kingfisher Bay Resort
Aussie Bush Tucker interactive experience
Return ferry transfers to Fraser Island
Courtesy pickup/drop off in Hervey Bay ( airport additional charge)Breakfast : Some
Lunch : Some
Dinner : Some
What to bring
We suggest you have your own water bottle to refill on tour.