This one day Fraser Island tour heads north past the Sunshine Coast's Glasshouse Mountains to the charming town and amazing coloured sands of Rainbow Beach. Crossing to Fraser via ferry you'll have a chance to spot turtles, dolphins and dugong before landing on Fraser.
It's then on to a 4WD adventure along 75 Mile Beach where sea eagles, dingoes and even whales are frequently spotted. From here you'll delve into the largest and most unique rainforest in the world and explore the famous Eco Boardwalk along Central Station's Wanggoolba Creek.
The pace slows down a little with a relaxing visit to the soft white sand and crystal waters of Lake Birrabeen before you're right back into the action 4WDing through the forest to the world's largest perched lake, Lake Boomanjin.
Gain insight into the history of Fraser Island and its aboriginal culture with stories of timber cutting and sand mining before you head back through the Blackbutt and Satinay forests to 75 Mile Beach. Enjoy a break at Rainbow Beach before returning to Brisbane.
Departs: 6.45am daily from Bus Stop 125, Roma Street (out front of Brisbane Transit Centre, opposite Qld Police station)
Children: 3 years and under are not catered for on this tour
What to Bring: Swimming costume and towel, comfortable walking shoes, hat, sunscreen, insect repellent and camera
Operated By: Sunrover Tours