Lakes of Fraser Tour

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Immerse yourself in paradise at two lesser known – but equally spectacular – freshwater lakes of Fraser Island, for a day where the stresses of the world fade away.

  • Laze along the pristine white shore of Lake Birrabeen, and savour the time to cool off in the alluring depths. Or explore the surrounds on a stand-up paddleboard, the choice is yours! 
  • Discover the island’s ancient shifting sands, as you make the 45-minute trek across the golden Hammerstone Sandblow to the emerald green oasis of Lake Wabby, a hidden gem loved by locals.

Lunch and refreshments are included, so just pack your swimwear, sunscreen, and switch to relaxation mode – island style!  

This tour is best booked in conjunction with the Beauty Spots Tour; please advise the team when making your booking.

NB: As this tour is off-road, we recommend that pregnant travellers or people with medical conditions seek medical advice before booking this tour. Moderate fitness is required for walking across the soft sand into Lake Wabby and all guests joining the tour must be above 18 years of age.

Adult: Off Peak $200 / Peak $219

When Booked in Conjuction with Beauty Spots Tour

Adult: Off Peak $175 / Peak $185

Guests must be over the age of 18 to participate in Lakes of Fraser Tour.
All rates are in Australian Dollars and are valid until 31 March 2019.
Peak dates: 30 Mar - 2 Apr 2018; 21 Dec 2018- 11 Jan 2019.

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