Fraser island Day Tour Departing Rainbow Beach

From $249

Fast facts

  • Depart Rainbow Beach 7.45 am returns Rainbow Beach 5 pm
  • Lunch included K’gari Beach resort
  • Fully guided 4wd tour
  • National park fees included

Prepare for a 4WD adventure with K’Gari Explorer seeing Fraser island’s top attractions.

Why not take advantage of Rainbow Beach’s wonderful location next to the largest sand island in the world? By taking a Fraser Island day tour to the renowned K’gari (Fraser Island) with K’Gari Explorer?
A pick-up from your Rainbow Beach lodging or self-driving to our departure site signals the start of the trip. Arriving at Inskip Point at 7.45 a.m. will allow you to have a 15-to-20 minute boat ride to Hook Point, which is K’gari’s southernmost point, before beginning your ascent of the island.

Our Inclusions:

  • Barge transports to Fraser Island and K’Gari Explorer courteous pickup from your lodging.
  • A guided all-day 4WD tour.
  • Lunch is a buffet at Eurong Beach Resort.
  • National Park entry fees included with K’Gari Explorer


  • The once-bustling timber industry’s classrooms and businesses were situated in Central Station, a former logging station that is now a popular tourist destination.
  • Take a stroll down the Wanggoolba Creek boardwalk to see the tall Ghost Gums, ancient King Ferns, and pine trees.
  • Enjoy a rejuvenating swim in the clear blue waters of Lake McKenzie and unwind on the powdery white sand beaches…picture-perfect!
  • Driving along this sandy road near Seventy-Five Mile Beach, you might see birds swooping overhead or humpback whales passing by as they migrate (between July and November).
  • If so, make reservations with your tour guide for a scenic trip over the island with the Air Fraser crew (optional extra).
  • Float along this swiftly moving freshwater stream that discharges 80 megaliters of water into the ocean every day.
  • Enjoy a photo stop at the rusted wreck of the Maheno, one of Fraser Island’s most recognisable landmarks, which came ashore during an off-season cyclone in 1935.
  • The Pinnacles Colored Sands: Discover the Butchulla stories that surround these technicolour sand formations and how they were formed.
  • We pause as we travel along Seventy-Five Mile Beach to take a photo.
  • Heading north after Fraser ? Check out the Whitsundays and Cairns.

What to bring

A camera, sunglasses, comfortable sandals or walking shoes, a towel, swimsuits, hats, sunscreen, and insect repellent.
Although we do offer water, it’s always convenient and environmentally friendly to carry a reusable bottle.

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