Kingfisher Bay Resort - Fraser Island Accommodation

Fraser Island Fares Well After the Storm

A stunning looking Lake McKenzie. A stunning looking Lake McKenzie. © Gary Pearce

FRASER ISLAND:  The stormy weather that hit the Coast yesterday has brought hidden blessings to Fraser Island before for the school holiday rush that hits next week.

Whilst many properties suffered at the mercy of Mother Nature, both Kingfisher Bay and Eurong Beach Resorts experienced no damage and were back to business as usual today – thanks to the swift actions of the teams onsite – and boatloads of new guests arrived today under a sky full of sunshine. 

After 6 months without much rain, the storm has replenished the native wallum around the resort and the waterways are full of new life.  

According to Group General Manager, David Hay, “This much-needed rainfall has hardened the sand roads on Fraser Island, making driving conditions much easier and safer than they were just a matter of days ago.”   

The walking tracks that had been closed for some time due to fire danger should be re-opened soon and able to be enjoyed in their entirety by visitors to the island. 

Both resorts Resort anticipate an influx of families ready for fun in the sun over the Easter school holiday break, with the weather forecast set for blue skies and endless days of outdoor adventures.

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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. more