2 Day camping Safari TourProvided by Sunrover
This 2 Day Camping Safari covers the islands greatest attractions, including Lake McKenzie, Inskip Point and 75 Mile Beach.
- Beach resort accommodation (Eurong Beach Resort) or National Park Beach camping (Dilli Village)
- Hot showers and toilet facilities at Beach camp site
- Ferry fees and camping equipment
- 4WD island adventure tour (10 seater Toyota Troop Carrier or 8 seater Land Cruiser)
- Fresh picnic lunch, cold drinks and tropical fruits (day 2)
- Experienced driver and eco guide
- Overnight Bag
- Shady Hat
- Water Bottle
- Walking Shoes
- Torch (Flashlight)
4WD Fraser Island's Eastern Surf Beach to Lake Wabby and famous Sand Dunes where you can swim, hike and turtle watch. Walk along 75 Mile Beach, stargaze and relax in nature's paradise.
Drive through Fraser's magical rain forests before a relaxing morning at Lake McKenzie. Swim, snorkel and photograph this unique lake. In the cool of the rain forest take follow the boardwalk at Central Station. See rare giant King Fern, world heritage satinay forest, and crystal clear waters of Wanggoolba Creek and Central Station, enjoy a fresh picnic lunch or 4WD to Eli Creek, Cathedral Beach and Indian Head (tides permitting). Out of the rain forest and to Lake Jennings, Lake Birrabeen is around the corner, swim or relax while overlooking the lake. Birrabeen has the whitest sand, the clearest water, a true window lake. From here travel past Lake Benaroon to Lake Boomanjin. the red lake and largest perched lake in the world.
Return to 75 Mile Beach, 4WD to Rainbow Beach and on to Noosa and Brisbane
- Walking shoes
Departure DetailsLocation / Meet point:
Rainbow Beach, Inskip Point Road,
Tuesday return Wednesday / Thursday return Friday / Saturday return Sunday
- Brisbane Tranist Centre, Roma Street at 6:45am
- Mooloolaba Bowls Club, Brisbane Road at 8:30am
- Noosa Information Centre, Hastings Street at 9:00am
- Rainbow Beach Surflife Saving Club at 11:00am
*Please Note: The hike to Lake Wabby may be strenuous for some. There is walking up a steady incline and walking across sand dunes in the direct sun. Talk to your guide if you're concerned that you might not have the required fitness level for this walk.
*Itinerary can change due to tides and weather conditions.