Eurong Beach Resort - Fraser Island

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DRIVE UP AND SAY G'DAY

Eurong Beach Resort is located on gorgeous 75-Mile beach and is only accessible by 4WD.  If you are travelling to Eurong Beach Resort in your own vehicle you can enjoy our famous hospitality... we're just one hour's drive from Hook Point (to the south), Wanggoolba Creek (to the west) and Kingfisher Bay Resort (to the west).

For those without a 4WD, Fraser Explorer Tours operates accommodated tours out of Hervey Bay or Rainbow Beach that stay with us.  Alternatively you can contact Fraser Island Taxis on +61 7 4127 9188 and organise a transfer to meet your barge and drive you to the resort - but you will need a 4WD to explore the island!  4WDs can be hired from the resort, but must be booked in advance to avoid disappointment.

BY AIR TO FRASER

Air Fraser operate scenic flights and air transfers ex Hervey Bay and ex Sunshine Coast, to Fraser Island daily. A range of packages are available including your scenic flight, accommodation and 4WD vehicle hire.  There's also an air strip at Wanggoolba Creek, but you'll need to arrange transportation in advance to the resort - either with the Fraser Island taxi or by private vehicle. Landing fees apply - just contact the Eurong Team for more info.

BY AIR TO HERVEY BAY - FRASER COAST

Virgin Australia operates direct flights from Sydney with connecting flights from other ports. Qantas Link operates direct flights from Brisbane.

BY RAIL TO HERVEY BAY

Tilt Train services operate from Brisbane or Rockhampton to Maryborough with a QR Rail-link bus (or private limo transfer) to Hervey Bay.  The team will be happy to give you more information.

BY COACH TO HERVEY BAY

A scheduled coach transfer service departs daily from Brisbane and drops to Hervey Bay where we can help organise transfers to Kingfisher Bay Resort - the easiest place to hire a 4WD on Fraser Island. Greyhound and Premier operate daily from Brisbane and Cairns.

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About Fraser Island

Life's a beach on the world's largest sand island.

White sandy beaches ring the jewel-like freshwater lakes of McKenzie, Birrabeen, Wabby and Boomanjin which come in colours of sapphire blue, emerald green and oxide red.
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