Descubra os destaques de Fraser Island em uma excursão de dia inteiro com um guia experiente que inclui tempo para nadar em lagos cristalinos, ir à praia e explorar a floresta tropical. Visite pontos icônicos, incluindo o Lago McKenzie, o Eli Creek, a Praia Seventy-Five Mile, a Estação Central, o riacho Wanggoolba, o naufrágio Maheno e os Pinnacles. Aprenda sobre a vida animal e vegetal tanto em terra quanto no oceano, onde golfinhos, dugongos, tubarões e baleias jubarte podem ser vistos. Partida cedo de Hervey Bay e viaje em veículo 4WD nesta abrangente excursão a Fraser Island.
Excursão de dia inteiro à Ilha Fraser, de Hervey Bay
Pare na Estação Central, uma antiga estação madeireira e agora o ponto de partida para muitas trilhas para caminhadas
Passeie ao longo do calçadão do riacho Wanggoolba através da floresta tropical subtropical
Desfrute de um mergulho revitalizante no Lago McKenzie e relaxe nas praias de areia branca deste lago cartão postal perfeito
Flutue para baixo Eli Creek, um riacho de água doce que flui rápido para o oceano
Siga pela Seventy-Five Mile Beach para ver as falésias de areia technicolor dos Pinnacles e o navio SS Maheno naufragado
Faça um voo panorâmico opcional pela ilha (por conta do visitante)
Por que os viajantes escolhem esta excursão
Esta excursão abrangente visita todos os pontos turísticos mais fotografados de Fraser Island em um dia.
Descubra por que o povo aborígene chamado Fraser Island K'Gari (paraíso) em sua excursão de dia inteiro de Hervey Bay. Comece cedo com a coleta do hotel e pegue o ferry para a Ilha Fraser. Após a chegada, viaje em um ônibus 4X4 com ar-condicionado pelas estradas irregulares e praias de areia desta ilha de areia listada como Patrimônio da Humanidade. Entre os destaques, visite o Lago McKenzie, com imagens perfeitas, para dar um mergulho em suas águas cristalinas ou descansar em sua praia de areia branca. Admire as águas cristalinas do riacho Wanggoolba, localizado na Estação Central, a antiga sede da indústria madeireira da ilha. Caminhe por um vale da floresta tropical com antigas samambaias-rei, gigantescos chiclete e pinheiros. Em Seventy-Five Mile Beach, desça a praia e procure aves de rapina e baleias jubarte (entre julho e novembro). Um voo panorâmico de 15 minutos da Fraser Island está disponível lá (por conta do visitante). O treinador encontra o avião quando pousa mais abaixo na praia. Pare em dois destinos emblemáticos: os penhascos de areia coloridos dos Pinnacles e o naufrágio Maheno - naufragado durante um ciclone fora de temporada em 1935. Ouça seu guia sobre as lendas aborígines locais e a geologia por trás das formações de areia technicolor. Durante todo o dia, o seu guia compartilha comentários informativos sobre a história, flora e fauna da ilha. Puxe um resort de praia para saborear um buffet de almoço e pegue a balsa de volta para River Heads no final da tarde. Seu passeio termina com o desembarque em Hervey Bay.
This was a long day with a lot of bumpy rides on the beach and in the rainforest but it was a great tour. We had a lovely ferry ride to the island. Spent more time than I expected riding on the 75 mile beach. We spent time at the creek, would have liked a little longer there. I decided to do the plane ride on the beach . It was not too expensive 80 dollars. It was a great experience to see the island from the air and see sharks in the water and take off and land on the beach. The lunch was 3 courses and had lots to choose from - very good. The other creek which was in the rain forest was very serene and peaceful. Lastly swimming in Lake Mackenzie was great. It so clear and not cold. It was really refreshing. Lastly Butch the guide was friendly and was so full of information I do not know where he stores it all. He drove well, gave people a chance to ride in the front of the bus if they wanted too. He took photos of you if you wanted him too. He also showed us a Guyana he had found climbing on a tree. He imparted lots of information to us. Well done driving and talking Bu5ch. I would definitely recommend this trip
Great guide, ride along the beach and informative walks. Lunch buffet was good quality and plentiful. Definitely worth doing. Well organised into smaller buses from the boat. Weather was not great, so didn't spend too much time at different parts of the island. Would be a great trip if weather was better.
The trip to Fraser Island was very good. I enjoyed the ferry ride over and the guides were wonderful. I felt there was a lot of wasted time on the trip. The rain forest was great but we didn't spend much time there. The ship wreck was a waste of time and I didn't really like being on the bus just driving on sand for about an hour it was boring. I would have liked to have seen more and have been able to walk more on the trip.
Great tour guide very informative and funny. Eli springs was beautiful. Wish I had my togs. Coloured sands was ho hum. lovely bush walk. Lake McKenzie was crystal clear and warm. It was just hard getting used to so many tour buses and people over there. Worth doing.
This was a real adventure! There are no roads on Fraser Island, just sand tracks, so the 4WD trip bounced around dramatically! Great buffet lunch followed by a wonderful drive along the beach- magical!!
They promised more wildlife and they only delivered one scrawny young dingo
The driver / tour guide was exceptional for both driving and knowledge of Fraser Island history and was very personable
The lunch was very good