3 Day K’Gari Self Drive Fraser Island Tour


    Explore Fraser Island on a 4-wheel drive tag-a-long self-drive adventure.

    Head over to paradise on our 3 day Fraser Island tag-along tour. Tag-along on K’ Gari (Fraser Island) is used to describe a 4wd follow the leader style tour, so you can either drive or be driven. Self Drive on K’ Gari (Fraser Island) with our 3-day tour. Or sit back and enjoy as our tour leader drives you around the island for 3 days of fun.

    Fraser Island is the biggest island in the world which is surrounded by lush rainforest with over 100 freshwater lakes to take your pick from for a refreshing dip. Meet new friends whilst cruising along listening to tunes in 4WD vehicles. Maybe if you’re lucky you will catch a glimpse of some of the island’s wildlife including dingos and lizards.

    There are so many highlights on Fraser Island on our 3-day Fraser Island tag-along tour. You will swim through the crystal clear waters of the stunning Lake McKenzie, and hike to Indian Head to take in amazing 360-degree views of the island. Relax in the Champagne Pools, take turns driving 4×4’s along the beach to all the world-class destinations, You will then drive to Eli Creek to soak in the waters of the pristine creek and explore beautiful heritage-protected rainforests.

    This tour departs from either Rainbow Beach or from Noosa, so option to start and finish from either spot on the East Coast. On this self-drive Fraser Adventure, you will travel with a bunch of like-minded, adventurous travelers. Perfect for those backpacking Australia. With all your meals lovingly prepared for you, beautiful beachfront cabin accommodation, a campfire, reliable and rugged 4WDs, and a great tour guide to show you around, we invite you to just take it all in.

    Visit this bucket list destination on our 3-day Fraser island tag-along tour to K’Gari. Get ready for an adventure!

    K'Gari 4WD Tag-Along Adventure ex Noosa or Rainbow Beach

    Adult( 15 - 70 ) $549
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      Itinerary

      Day 1: Rainbow Beach to Fraser Island

      Depart Noosa around 615am and we pick you up in Rainbow Beach around 9am.
      Arrive at our Wilderness Camp, settle in and enjoy a tasty lunch.
      Head out on your first adventure to see some of the tour Highlights.
      Get back to base and crack open a beer as you watch the sky change colours.
      Have dinner, share stories, play the didgeridoo & star gaze

      Day 2: Fraser Island

      Have breakfast and get ready to leave camp for a fun filled day Morning we explore K’gari and her hidden treasures
      Afternoon you will discover more lakes and epic views
      Get back to camp then enjoy another scrumptious dinner under the stairs and some evening activities.

      Day 3: Fraser Island

      Have breakfast and say bye to your favourite camp spot on 75 Mile Beach.
      We will hit the inland tracks to discovery towering trees and take one last dip
      Lunch in the forest then a quick stop at Beachcamp for some light refreshments.
      Then its back to Rainbow Beach or Noosa.

      Highlights
      What To Bring
      Important Booking Info
      FAQs
      Reviews
      • Lake Boorangora (Lake McKenzie)
      • Lake Wabby
      • Tukkee (Indian Head)
      • Maheno Shipwreck
      • Champagne Pools
      • Eli Creek
      • Central Station Rainforest
      • Double Island Point

      Essential things to pack

      • A small backpack
      • Sunglasses
      • Hat
      • Swim wear
      • Warm jumper and a raincoat (for Winter months)
      • 1 litre REUSABLE water bottle
      • Beach towel
      • Sunscreen
      • Insect repellent (Nov-Mar)
      • Your camera
      •  Alcohol or snacks you may want (there are shops on the island, but they are very expensive!)

      Important Booking Info

      • We acknowledge that our adventures are hosted on the traditional lands of the Butchulla people. We pay our respects to Elders’ past, present, and emerging. As we explore this ancient paradise with you we will demonstrate a thread lightly style of travel that pays respect to the island’s traditional custodians and stand side by side with them to protect K’gari long into the future.
      • Sustainability and cultural respect are at the heart of what we do on this Fraser Island tour. When booking this tour you don’t just get an amazing adventure experience, you are supporting us to protect K’gari.
      Where can I join this tour?

      Tours depart from Noosa and Rainbow Beach.

      Can I drive on Fraser Island?

      Booking a Fraser Island tagalong tour is by far the safest way to experience the island. It offers you the chance to drive or be driven and with a guide leading the way you’ve got all the fun without any of the worry. We supply all the 4WD’s on our tours and our fleet is made up of the ever reliable Toyota Landcruiser. Fully automatic and geared up for sand driving they are perfectly suited to be put through the challenges of driving on Fraser Island.

      If you have a full/open drivers licence, are over 21 and passed your driving test more than 12 months ago you can drive one of our 4WD’s on tour. You need to have the Photo ID Card Licence with you and if your licence is not written in English or states ‘Drivers Licence’ on it in English you will need to provide an international translation.

      Reviews

      The K’Gari Fraser Island 4wd adventure was a trip of a lifetime. Our incredible guide Hana showed us the island that holds her heart and shared Dreamtime stories from the Butchulla people who have been the guardians of K’Gari for 40,000 years.. From the tea tree oil infused Lake Allom to paddle-boarding on the crystal blue waters of Lake Boorangoora (Lake McKenzie), our group of 20 backpackers from all over the world had a blast. We stayed in beautiful lodgings at Eurong Beach Retreat, where 6 shared a hostel style room and communal style meals, which helped us bond over the weekend. The food was healthy, delicious and bountiful so we had lots of food to fuel us through the action packed days. Everyone in the group had the opportunity to drive the 4wd trucks on the 75 mile beach and in the bush, bumping along secluded gravel roads while singing karaoke. Even though it was a short trip we packed a lot in, including the Champagne Pools, beautiful rock pools at the north end of the beach, and sand-boarding on the sand dunes. K’Gari is a natural wonder, as it is the largest sand island in the world, even though it boasts rainforests! All in all, I had an amazing weekend, met incredible people and was shown the beauty of K’Gari by a passionate guide who is invested in sustainable ecotourism so we can protect the island for future generations.
      Isabella Gillard
      Age Group: 20 - 25
      The K’Gari Fraser Island 4wd adventure was a trip of a lifetime. Our incredible guide Hana showed us the island that holds her heart and shared Dreamtime stories from the Butchulla people who have been the guardians of K’Gari for 40,000 years.. From the tea tree oil infused Lake Allom to paddle-boarding on the crystal blue waters of Lake Boorangoora (Lake McKenzie), our group of 20 backpackers from all over the world had a blast. We stayed in beautiful lodgings at Eurong Beach Retreat, where 6 shared a hostel style room and communal style meals, which helped us bond over the weekend. The food was healthy, delicious and bountiful so we had lots of food to fuel us through the action packed days. Everyone in the group had the opportunity to drive the 4wd trucks on the 75 mile beach and in the bush, bumping along secluded gravel roads while singing karaoke. Even though it was a short trip we packed a lot in, including the Champagne Pools, beautiful rock pools at the north end of the beach, and sand-boarding on the sand dunes. K’Gari is a natural wonder, as it is the largest sand island in the world, even though it boasts rainforests! All in all, I had an amazing weekend, met incredible people and was shown the beauty of K’Gari by a passionate guide who is invested in sustainable ecotourism so we can protect the island for future generations.
      Isabella Gillard
      Age Group: 20 - 25
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