Here's Cheers to Christmas

Christmas Day the Fraser Island Way...

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If you've already started your planing for this year's Christmas holidays or want to outdo last year's Chrissy party, than consider spending the day, night (or longer) with us on World Heritage-listed Fraser Island.

December 25 is just not the same without Santa - this year the 'great' man will be arriving at the resort by Rural Fire Brigade Truck... we call it Christmas Day the Fraser Island way!

And if you don't fancy Christmas lunch with all the trimmings, perhaps you'd prefer to spend your Christmas Day outdoors on the world's largest sand island - so why not book a full day tour and explore Fraser!

It's also a great stocking filler!

Enjoy a festive feast with your family and friends on Christmas Day - all the fun without any cleanup or fuss!   

The resort's signature Seabelle restaurant, popular restaurant Maheno, the Dingo Deck (outdoors and poolside) and Kingfisher Ballroom will serve up a hearty buffet with traditional roast turkey, carved honey ham, and fresh fish accompanied by delicious salads and sides, followed by fresh fruit platters, profiteroles and chocolate mud cake, Christmas pudding, and everyone's festive favourite - pavlova!  

Christmas Day lunch sittings start from 11.30am. Ferries, shuttle services from Urangan and lunch venues fill up faster than Santa's Christmas stockings, so book now to avoid disappointment. Some conditions apply.

For more information CALL 1800 072 555 or 07 4194 9300.

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Kingfisher Bay Resort, in perfect harmony with its natural surroundings, offers a rare experience. Hidden among tree-covered dunes on the edge of the calm waters of the Great Sandy Strait, it is a relaxing holiday haven.

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About Fraser Island

Stretching over 123 kilometres along the southern coast of Queensland, Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world.
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