3 Day Fraser Island Hiking

    Pack-free Camping: Kgari Blue Lakes Eco Hike – 3 Days from Hervey Bay. The most affordable way to hike on Fraser Island. Self-guided hiking experience with a twist of comfort.

    Enjoy our new Kgari Blue Lakes Eco Hike on Fraser Island.

    Our 3 day Fraser Island Hiking package is a self-guided, supported, hike providing a glamping-like experience for you to enjoy the thrills of bush camping, without carrying a heavy backpack.

    Hike pack-free along Fraser Island’s Southern section of the Great Walk. Experience five of Fraser Island’s most beautiful pristine freshwater lakes on this Eco Hiking Adventure.
    Have a real eco-adventure on this fully supported 3 days and 2-night hike. Be transferred to the starting point of the track in comfort with a private 4wd transfer. Experience bliss in the wilderness, admiring kauri pines, staghorn, and palm lilies while walking through spectacular towering forests. Stroll along colored sand flats on Lake Boomanjin’s north-western beach. Hike through scribbly gum woodland and open forests via Wongi Sandblow, with spectacular views of the Eastern Beach. Relax and swim in freshwater blue lakes with sandy beaches, including the world-famous Lake McKenzie. Meander along Wanggoolba Creek through the lush tropical rainforest, see the giant Satiny trees, and enjoy the tranquillity of this unique, magical place.

    You will only carry only a small day bag while walking on the hike, making the experience more relaxed. The support guide drops off and sets up all camping equipment and helps you to prepare dinner!

    “One of the most beautiful three days hiking from the lake to lake. The peaceful bush sounds and ever-changing landscapes keep you wanting more.”

    Per person

    $850

    We can't confirm real time availability on this tour. Please enquire about this trip and we will get immediately back to you!

      Itinerary

      Day 1: Head to Fraser Island

      Transfer to the island in private 4WD transfer – Hike through Lake Boomanjin into Lake Benaroon – Overnight camping at Lake Benaroon hikers camps

      Day 2: Hike 14 Km

      Cooked lunch at the central station – A quick stop at Basin Lake – Overnight camping at Lake McKenzie hikers camp

      Day 3: Hike 14km

      Leave camp early – Lake Wabby lookout and swimming at Lake Wabby – Transferred via. Kingfisher back to Hervey Bay

      Highlights
      What To Bring
      Important Booking Info

      Essential things to pack

      • Suitable walking/ hiking shoes
      • Overnight bag (transferred by the guide) – this should be a small bag containing belongings you will need at the hikers camps after your day(s) of walking. This could include: sleeping bag liner, warm overnight clothes, pillow (we provide a blow up camp pillow and slip), personal belongs, pack towel (easy drying), spare change of clothes. No suitcases – soft bags only
      • USB Power Pack – to charge your phone or camera as there will be no access to electricity on the island
      • Torch – the head torch is recommended (we provide small lanterns around camp)
      • Day pack with essentials – you will carry this as you walk, this could include: camera, phone, swimmers/pack towel, torch, sunscreen, hat, sunglasses, insect repellent, reusable water bottle to carry water during the day approx. (1.5 ltr), or a water reservoir

      Important Booking Info

      • Min 4 people, max 6 people per hike. If you are a solo hiker please enquire and we can book you onto a hike with others.
      • Fraser Island is Butchulla land and Fraser Island Hiking would like to acknowledge the Traditional Owners of K’gari (Fraser Island) and pay respect to their Elders, past and present of the land and country we are privileged to visit.
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