Located approximately 4 and a half hours north of Brisbane, Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world. Easily accessible by barge, the island adds to its 'worldly' achievements as a significant part of Australia's natural and cultural heritage, protected by a World Heritage listing along with its close neighbour the Great Barrier Reef. Home to a unique natural environment, Fraser Island boasts lush rainforests - the only place in the world where it grows from sand. A rare and mysterious gem off Queensland's coastline, Fraser is rich in Aboriginal heritage and European history.
As one of Australia's most sought after holiday destinations, Fraser Island is dotted with a range of accommodation to suit every taste and budget. Families, couples and groups are all well catered for on the island with Kingfisher Bay Resort one of the more popular places to stay. With a list of facilities longer than the island itself, guests can enjoy access to a swimming pool and spa, beauty therapy and massage treatments, tennis courts, child minding services, a range of restaurants and bars as well as a number of general stores and boutiques.
A visit to Fraser Island is the experience of a lifetime with so many world class attractions at your doorstep. Hervey Bay is the gateway to Fraser and is renowned for its amazing Whale Watching. The Great Barrier Reef is just a short boat ride away, allowing you to see one of the Seven Wonders of the World at your leisure. There's also rainforest to explore, MAHENO shipwrecks to snorkel or dive, sand dunes to climb and an abundance of native animal and plant life to spot. There are also a number of unique lakes on the island stained red with tannin or featuring pure white sand which turn a regular swim into a memorable experience.
For full details about facilities, activities and other travel related information please visit our main site: Kingfisher Bay Resort.