• Tour code: 6587FRASER
  • Location: Fraser Island, Australia
  • Duration: 3 days (approx.)

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Discover Queensland’s Fraser Island on a 3-day camping tour from Rainbow Beach that operates tag-along style in a chain of 4-wheel-drive vehicles. With an experienced guide, check out sights across the island—the largest sand island on the planet—such as the Maheno Shipwreck, Seventy-Five Mile Beach, Eli Creek, the Pinnacles and the Champagne Pools. Enjoy lots of time for swimming, explore lush rainforest environments and learn about island’s Aboriginal history. Overnight accommodation in permanent tents is included.


  • 3-day camping tour of Fraser Island by 4WD, from Rainbow Beach
  • Swim in Lake MacKenzie, Lake Wabby, Champagne Pools and Eli Creek
  • Zip along Seventy-Five Mile Beach to see the Maheno shipwreck, Pinnacles and Indian Head
  • Walk through the rainforest near Central Station
  • Have time to hike and relax at gorgeous locations throughout the island
  • Learn about the history of the Aboriginal Butchulla people, the original custodians of Fraser Island
  • Stay overnight at a private campground with good facilities

What You Can Expect

3-Day Fraser Island Tag-Along Camping Tour from Rainbow Beach

Fraser Island by 4WD

On the afternoon prior to your 3-day 4WD tour of Fraser Island, you must attend a 2-hour trip orientation including grocery shopping, where you’ll plan and purchase ingredients for the meals you will prepare with your group at the campsite. Everything will be cooked as a group at the camp, with lunches made to bring with you and eat picnic-style during the days.

Your tour includes accommodation in permanent tents at a private campsite that features flush toilets, hot showers, cooking necessities and barbecues. At the end of each day, enjoy time to socialize and relax at the campsite before turning in for your early morning starts. During the day, you’ll travel in a group of 4-wheel-drive vehicles, with six to eight people per vehicle. The lead vehicle is driven by your guide while the others, driven by tour participants, tag along behind.

See the Itinerary section for details on each day of the tour. Please note that your guide might change some details depending on the weather and tide conditions during your tour, or might alter your activities depending on the interests of the group. Safety briefings are provided at all destinations.


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