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Fraser Island safari example

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Please note: This page contains an example of a past tour. Upcoming tours will be added as soon as they are confirmed.

General information

  • Tour dates: 2 to 4 October 2020
  • Price for 2019: $710 pp (incl. GST)
  • Applications closed: 20 September 2019

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Itinerary

Day
Details

Day 1
2 October

Students will be collected from Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast at various locations.

After collecting all students we travel on our 4WD bus to Red Canyon, Teewah Beach and Double Island Point. Take some photos of Point Lighthouse and the coloured sands of Rainbow Beach before buying lunch (own expense), then onto the ferry to Fraser Island.

First stop is 75 Mile Eastern Surf Beach, then a swim at Lake Wabby. Spot turtles and fish in Fraser Islands deepest lake.  Relax on the sand or explore the forest. We head to Eurong Beach Resort and enjoy a buffet dinner before a night beach walk.

Meals included: Dinner

Day 2
3 October

This morning we head to Pine Valley and discover the amazing Satinay trees, these ancient trees can grow to 40m and 1m diameter. Then onto Central Station to learn about the history of milling wood on the island before we head to Wanggoolba Creek to enjoy a boardwalk. We enjoy a picnic lunch at Lake Birrabeen and you have time for a swim in the crystal clear waters or relax on the snow white fine sandy beach.

Return to the resort and explore some of the many nature walks before your evening meal. Relax around the campfire and late tonight watch as the stars seem to come down, they are so clear you can almost touch them!

Meals included: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

Day 3
4 October

Early rise this morning to watch the sunrise over the ocean, or enjoy a nature walk before breakfast. Then we swim, hike and take lots of photographs of the beach and wildlife. First stop is Yidney Dripping Rocks where we learn about their formation, then onto 75 Mile Beach to Eli Creek, enjoy floating down the fastest flowing creek on the Island, marvel at the coloured sand formation at The Pinnacles and photograph the famous Maheno Shipwreck. We continue on 75 Mile Beach to Champagne Pools for a refreshing swim, climb Indian Head to see magnificent views, you may even spot a shark or turtle. Time to take the ferry home after your weekend of fun, sand and exploring.

Meals included: Breakfast

Conditions

  • Group size: Minimum 35, maximum 45 students
  • Available to overseas students enrolled in an Education Queensland International high school course

Learn more

To learn more about our fantastic holiday adventure programs, contact your agent, school representative or email the EQI team on EQI.HolidayPrograms@qed.qld.gov.au.

For EQI's policy on travel and activities, please see EQI's terms and conditions.

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Last updated 02 September 2021