Your K’Gari (Fraser Island) adventure begins with a scenic drive through Toolara State Forest, where you may spot kangaroos or even a koala. We stop in Rainbow Beach township briefly where you will be transferred to your 4WD ‘Warrior’ vehicle for the day.
It’s a short drive from there to Inskip Point where we board the ferry over to the world’s largest sand island. Keep an eye out for sea life during the crossing!
Journey along the spectacular Seventy Five Mile Beach, to a freshwater creek on the beach for morning tea and spotting for wildlife such as dingos or whales (July-November).
We then venture into the heart of the island to visit the famous and beautiful Lake McKenzie where you have free time to enjoy a swim in the clear waters, relax on the white sandy beach or explore the area.
After lunch, learn about the history of K’Gari at Central Station and then opt for a self-guided journey alongside Wanggoolba Creek through the rainforest to Pile Valley.
Return through the towering forests of satinay and brushbox trees back to the beach highway for our ferry back to the mainland.