So much of what makes a tour great comes from the guide and we make sure that our lads are a cut above the rest… after all, they are upholding the legacy of Mumma and Poppa Bear themselves. When you travel with us you won’t hear some boring rehearsed script, oh no. You’ll hear true understanding, passion and excitement to share our abundance of knowledge.
Our 3 Day/2 Night Wilderness Beach Camping Adventure is the best way to spend 3 magical days on this paradise island called K’gari. You know it as Fraser Island but after 2 nights on the beach, camping under the stars you’ll see the island’s magic and know why this special places has long been called K’gari.
Our tours are unforgettable for all the right reasons because sharing such an amazing place with wonderers like you is what we love to do and luckily for us, we’re pretty good at it. As equally important to us as great customer service is respecting the land and it’s traditional owners. A lot of the magic that we share with you on tour comes from the teachings of our First Nations People and it is our honour to be able to share it with you.
Our 3 Day tour features all the quality camping gear you need, fully automatic vehicles, a packed itinerary, heaps of activities, lots of super fresh yummy food and a passionate tour guide. Our wilderness camp us also equipped with a toilet, 2 showers, fresh water and big cool boxes for your beers too!
INCLUDED ON YOUR TOUR!
Our cosy Wilderness Camp is nestled just behind the foredunes, you couldn’t be any closer to the ocean without your tent washing away. Fully equipped with the essentials like a toilet, 2 x hot showers and camp kitchen that provides a hot brekky and dinner too.
Our 3 Man Safari Tents sleep just 2 people, have single off the ground camp beds as well as all your bedding 🙂
After a massive day of exploring the world’s largest sand island, you’ll want to lie yourself down with a fluffy pillow and cosy sleeping bag. Our Safari tents come fully equipped with 2 self-inflatable mattresses, a pillow, sleeping bag, cotton liner and a pillowcase per person! There’s even a dustpan and brush so you brush of your sandy toes.
Packed with healthy goodness, our menu is designed to keep you feeling great throughout your adventures with us. A fresh deli lunch is lovingly prepared for you daily as well as 2 very tasty dinners; an Aussie BBQ and Chicken/Vege Stir Fry. And a healthy brekky with eggs, toast, cereals and hot drinks is served at the camp on the morning of each day’s adventure.
For just $150 extra you can opt to upgrade to a glamping tent fit for 2. With a perfectly made double bed, an awning and fairy lights it’s the best way posh up your rugged 2 nights on a paradise island.
If our experience has taught us anything it’s that Toyota Landcruisers are the best! With a fleet of these beasty trucks, we are confident in saying that our 4WD’s are some of the easiest to drive off road. With an automatic transmission and in constant 4WD you can let your hair down and have some fun as you cruise along the beach in one of our Drop Bear Landcruisers.
Some cheeky companies can charge you up to $30 a day for ‘national park fees’ or ‘local charges’ but not us. Everything is included in our tours so you rest assured that you are most certainly not going to be strung for any extras along the way.
If you are travelling by bus up or down the east coast then this is a great option for you. Simply choose any combination of starting or finishing your tour in Noosa or Rainbow Beach and we’ll take care of transferring your luggage.
You can see our full terms and conditions here. Though 4WDriving on a guided tour is very safe, it is important to understand that you are embarking on a true Aussie adventure.
Swim in Fraser Island’s most famous lake, possibly the world’s most famous lake; crystal clear Lake McKenzie. This freshwater lake averages between 22º and 27º and is surrounded by a white silica sand beach and eucalypt forest, it’s picture perfect.
A beautiful headland located on the east coast of K’gari – Fraser Island. A sacred place to be respected and admired for its amazing 360º view. From here you can spot an abundance of marine life and if you happen to be visiting at the right time of year it’s THE SPOT to see Humpback Whales from Fraser Island.
Learning about the journey of the historical Maheno Shipwreck before she came to rest on the island is one of the most fascinating stories you will hear on your Fraser Island tour with us. This rusty old shipwreck has had many lives and even hosted a wonky wedding after she ran aground, but now she lays to rest where some say, she belongs.
The rainforest on Fraser Island is the kind of place that we read about it in mythical books. A magical forest that has a voice of her own, towering trees that sway with the breeze and animals that make strange noises. This is the heart of K’gari, where dinosaur plants survive and rainforest thrives.
About 70km north of our Wilderness camp, the bubbling Champagne Pools are simply irresistible. It’s the only place that you can safely swim in the ocean on Fraser Island and it’s crystal clear. With lots of little fishes to spot too, it’s a natural aquarium so feel free to bring your snorkel mask but it’s not essential.
Eli Creek is the largest freshwater creek on the east coast of Fraser Island. A natural lazy river, this pristine creek is great for a refreshing swim all year round. With a constant temperature of 18º it’s the best wake up on a hot day and beats any hangover cure that we’ve ever heard of ha!
Lake Wabby is the island’s hidden little gem. Buried deep in the bush you have to take a 2.5 km hike through sand dunes and bush tracks just to be able to get to the lake. Home to some rather large catfish, Lake Wabby is unlike any other lake on the island, it’s the emerald jewel in the island’s crystal crown of lakes.
75 Mile Beach is, well it’s a road. It’s the island highway and you’ll travel all of it during your 3 Day Tour. An 80km highway of stunning coastal line, 75 Mile Beach has to be the most scenic drive you’ll ever take.
By starting or ending your tour in Noosa you get the chance to take the scenic drive down Rainbow Beach, past the beautiful coloured sands. This drive is only available on a low tide and is subject to weather conditions. Otherwise, you get to drive through the beautiful Cooloola National Park which usually involves seeing a few Kangaroos!
Only when in Australia… if you’re holidaying or travelling in the land down under, you are bound to have a bucket list of things that you need to experience. Learning to play an authentic Didgeridoo and throwing a Boomerang has to be right up there. Well on our tour you can do both and the fun doesn’t stop there. We also have heaps of beach games, cards and even Jumbo Jenga at our camp!