Kingfisher Bay Resort - Fraser Island Accommodation

A Great Sandy Easter Break On Fraser Island

Easter on Fraser Island is always a fun affair Easter on Fraser Island is always a fun affair

QUEENSLAND: It might be the world's largest sand island, but Fraser Island's 100+ fresh water lakes, temperate sub-tropical climate, pristine national park and the Easter long weekend and holidays combine to make it a natural choice for a mini break away from the mainland.

Stay Longer, Pay Less on Fraser Island
FRASER ISLAND: A family holiday at Kingfisher Bay Resort is both relaxing and affordable with the 'Stay Longer, Pay Less' deal. Once you arrive on Fraser, there's plenty of wide open space, and with a stack of nature-based resort activities to choose from, you can opt for the right blend of family togetherness these holidays.

It's all about the kids on the sunset side of Fraser Island this Easter as Kingfisher Bay Resort Ranger team roll out a range of eco-themed activities – Scavenger Hunts, Night Walk Adventures and Camp Fires - as part of their Junior Eco Ranger school holiday program. The Easter Bunny has also been drafted to appear at the resort's annual Easter Sunday Egg Hunt.

For the big kids, Kingfisher Natural spa therapists will take advantage of the gorgeous weather by performing 30 minute poolside massages over the Easter long weekend.

And, for those seeking adventure, the resort's popular Beauty Spots day tours of the island will continue to run daily. There's plenty of activities to fill your day and your nights and if you book and stay five nights or more at Kingfisher Bay Resort over the Easter period (excluding the long weekend), and you'll receive at least a 15% discount on the rate-of-the-day when you book the 'Stay Longer, Pay Less' deal. Book online or call 1800 FRASER (toll free in Australia).

Offer is subject to availability. Conditions apply.

Check In To Fraser's Best Beach Front Address these Easter holidays
FRASER ISLAND: On the surf side of Fraser, Eurong Beach Resort attracts visitors and staff from all over the world and that's the way we like it. These Easter holidays, New Zealand-born Chef, Adam Anderton, will start the day with an early morning haka as he puts his hot-crossed buns and other goodies in to bake in the wee small hours of Good Friday and Irish Assistant Manager, Dave Farrelly, will again whip up pancakes for brekkie – made from his family's secret recipe.

And whilst the Easter bunny won't make an appearance at Eurong Beach, staff members are planning a special Easter egg hunt, complete with treats, for the kids on Easter Sunday. McKenzie's restaurant will have seafood specials during the specials and the resort's bakery will run a café/pizza menu until 8pm each night during the holidays.

Whilst the Easter long weekend is always popular at Eurong Beach, there is still plenty of availability over the rest of the holidays. To book call 1800 111 808 or visit the website for seasonal deals.

Extra Fraser Island Ferry Services Announced For Easter
Fraser Island Barges has announced additional vehicle barge services to Fraser Island over the Easter break. Due to tides, several services have been rescheduled in early April.

Friday, April 3 (Good Friday)

  • An extra service will depart Wanggoolba Creek to River Heads at 1100.
  • An extra service will depart River Heads to Wanggoolba Creek at 1130.
  • An extra service will depart Wanggoolba Creek to River Heads at 1230.
  • An extra service will depart River Heads to Kingfisher Bay Resort at 1330.
  • An extra service will sail from Kingfisher Bay Resort to River Heads at 1430.

Saturday, April 4 (Easter Saturday)

  • Scheduled 1500 service from Wanggoolba Creek will now sail at 1230.

Sunday, April 5 (Easter Sunday)

  • Scheduled 1500 service from Wanggoolba Creek will now sail at 1300.

Monday, April 6 (Easter Monday)

  • An extra service will depart Wanggoolba Creek to River Heads at 1100.
  • An extra service will depart River Heads to Wanggoolba Creek at 1130.
  • Scheduled 1500 service from Wanggoolba Creek will now sail at 1330.
  • An extra service will sail from River Heads to Kingfisher Bay Resort at 1430.
  • An extra service will sail from Kingfisher Bay Resort to River Heads at 1450.

Tuesday, April 7

  • Scheduled 1500 service from Wanggoolba Creek will now sail at 1400.

For full timetable and updates visit the website; Facebook or call 1800 BARGES as places fill fast.

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