Experience the unique and untouched remote west coast of World Heritage listed Fraser Island (K’gari) and be one of the few to explore parts of the island only the locals know about.
This is no ordinary Fraser Island day trip, leave the crowds behind and discover the hidden and remote parts of the island in a comfortable and relaxing way. Explore the island while bush walking, snorkelling, kayaking and swimming.
Be one of the few to discover the remote and untouched beaches of the stunning west coast of Fraser Island.
Snorkel or swim in crystal clear waters and discover an abundance of marine life including turtles, rays and fish species.
Take in the spectacular views of Fraser Island and the Great Sandy Marine Park as you explore the ancient sand dunes or walk along nine kilometres of secluded, white sandy beaches.
Spot the amazing variety of wildlife in the UNESCO recognised Great Sandy Strait Biosphere including dolphins, turtles, dugongs, birds, rays and dingoes.
Enjoy the tranquillity of a guided kayak tour through natural surrounds or experience the thrill of an inflatable ride on the calm, protected waters of Hervey Bay.
Our amphibious watercraft, ‘SeaLegs’, enables us to transport you from boat to beach without even getting your feet wet.
Our fast and comfortable 12m catamaran, caters for low passenger numbers ensuring an intimate, personalised tour. Our friendly and experienced staff serve a delicious buffet lunch and scrumptious morning and afternoon tea to ensure guests won’t go hungry.
From late July until the end of October, be on the lookout for Humpback whales and experience the thrill of getting up close and personal with these majestic creatures as they frolic in the calm, clear waters off Fraser Island.
Marvel at their sheer athleticism as they explode out of the water in a spectacular breach or be awestruck as you come face to face as they spy hop right next to the boat.
Be one of the few and very fortunate to experience an intimate, immersive whale experience that allows you to get closer to these creatures than ever before and swim with them in their own natural environment.
$195.00 per person