Should you forget something, there are several Fraser Island shops that stock all the essentials and bottle shops selling alcohol. However, be warned: Island shopping comes with a hefty price tag, so try to plan ahead and buy any alcohol, snacks and cosmetics you might need before heading to Fraser Island. Just in case you do feel the urge to splash out, we’ve listed all Fraser Island shops below.
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- Eurong Beach Resort, Fraser Island Shops
Our tours pass through the small beach resort several times and we usually find the time to stop at the shops for a treat. You can buy an ice cream, snacks or souvenirs from the shop, indulge in a fresh coffee or a pie at the bakery, or stock up on booze at the bottle shop, open seven days.
- Happy Valley General Store
On the second day of our Fraser Island tour, we stop off in Happy Valley (home to Fraser Island’s only flushing public toilets). The shop has a good selection of groceries and serves really good coffee, the bottle shops stocks a decent range of alcohol.
- Cathedrals on Fraser Shop
We pass by Cathedral Beach on the second day of our Fraser Island tour, but we don’t usually stop there. The camp site has a shop Fraser Island bottle shop at Eurongstocking fresh groceries and a bottle shop with a good selection of alcoholic drinks.
- Orchid Beach Shop
Orchid Beach is North of Waddy Point, which is further than our tours go, but if you ever find yourself that far up the island, the shop at Orchid Beach stocks essentials and fuel. There is no bottle shop. Kingfisher Bay Resort , Fraser Island Shops Our tours don’t pass by Kingfisher Bay Resort, which is located on the Western side of Fraser Island, far from any of the attractions we visit. The shop stocks souvenirs and all the essentials and you can buy alcohol at the bottle shop.