Kingfisher Bay Resort is a fully-integrated ecotourism hotel designed to give guests an enjoyable nature-based experience on World Heritage-listed Fraser Island, while creating minimal impact on the environment. Self-contained accommodation is also available.
Kingfisher’s interpretive rangers take guests to explore the island on eco-accredited day tours and the resort’s grounds provide the basis of Ranger-guided walks and talks.
Fraser Explorer Tours offers up the best of Fraser Island – rainforest, beach, fresh water lakes - in one action-packed eco adventure. You’ll meet like-minded travellers and visit the top attractions with a local guide. Cool off in Lake McKenzie and Eli Creek and travel between the beauty spots in a custom-designed, four-wheel-drive coach.
Interpretive rangers are on hand to explain Fraser Island’s significant natural and geological features. We can arrange Ranger-guided nature walks, talks, presentations and touring - for student groups of all ages - and provide insight into the formation of Fraser Island; the island’s fascinating flora and fauna; bush tucker; or the island’s complex dunal systems. Or we can take you back-of-house and show you the inner workings of an Eco resort.
Learn more at www.kingfisherbay.com/fraser-learning-experience.html.
Beautiful scenery and interesting commentary about the Great Sandy National Park is the order of the day aboard this one day tour ex Hervey Bay and Rainbow Beach. Local guides manage tides, traffic and navigation leaving you time to explore Fraser Island's famous dune lakes, fresh water creeks, stunning sub-tropical rainforest and the historical heart of the island - Central Station. The tour includes return marine transfers, National Park fees, expert local guide and all-you-can-eat buffet lunch at Eurong Beach Resort. For more information visit www.fraserexplorertours.com.au.
Extend your Fraser Island eco-adventure with two days and one night on World Heritage-listed Fraser Island - with accommodation at Eurong Beach Resort on Fraser Island's eastern beach. On this two day tour, we slow it down so you can enjoy more time at more of the island's historical and ecologically significant sites and the commentary is a little more in-depth. You have the option to enjoy an optional Air Fraser Island joy flight and see the world's largest sand island from the air. The tour also visits perched dune lakes, barrage lakes (Lake Wabby), the gorgeous Hammerstone Sandblow, The coloured sands of The Pinnacles, Wanggoolba Creek and its sub-tropical rainforest and an easy climb to Indian Head - where an abundance of wildlife and Humpback Whales can be seen during their annual migration (01Aug-31Oct). visit www.fraserexplorertours.com.au.
Lake McKenzie, with its clear blue water and white sandy beaches, is a Fraser Island must do. Walk in the rainforest at Central Station, drive along Seventy-Five Mile Beach to find a shipwreck and coloured sands and swim in Eli Creek. Ranger-guided tour includes morning tea, lunch and refreshments. See www.kingfisherbay.com/tours-and-cruises/fraser-island-tours/beauty-spots-tour.html.
Cool Dingo Tours combine amazing scenery, great people from all over the world, laughs and good times into one action-packed, eco-accredited adventure on Fraser Island.
You’ll be flat our sunbathing in beautiful surrounds or exploring the world's largest sand island with other 18-35s and a Ranger-guide… and fun nights enjoying bistro meals, playing pool and partying in the famous Dingo Bar at Kingfisher Bay. The ‘no worries’ Cool Dingo Tours do away with the need for tents, sleeping bags, cooking, fuel cost and navigating tides, traffic and tricky sand tracks... leaving you plenty of time to enjoy the pristine wild. Lonely Planet wholeheartedly recommends our all inclusive 2 and 3-day tours. See www.cooldingotour.com
Resort activities allow guests to enjoy and learn about the island, without impacting on the environment. Guests can go whale watching, canoe, sail, swim or fish. Full-day group or personalised tours visit the island's top attractions in air-conditioned comfort. Learn more at www.kingfisherbay.com/fraser-island-activities.html.
Rooms with World Heritage views.
Kingfisher Bay Resort nestles amongst tree-covered dunes on the edge of the Great Sandy Strait. The Fraser Island resort opened in 1992 and was designed to integrate with the environment, not impose upon it. Learn more at www.kingfisherbay.com.