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Fraser Island Accomodation
Our Beach House 

August specials
45% OFF
Minimun 4 nights
Code august

Stay Dates 1/8 to 31/8 max guests 8

 

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Imagine Yourself Being Here

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Our Beach house at Kingfisher Bay, Fraser Island features;

  • 4 bedrooms

  • 2 bathrooms

  • 1 dinning room 

  • Full self contained equiped kitchen

  • patio with spa & BBQ 

  • parking for 4 cars

  • wifi

  • laundry with dryer
     

Tucked away on the western side of Fraser Island overlooking Kingfisher Bay this gorgeous property is just waiting to be enjoyed by families making many happy memories. With stunning design and modern ammenities, you’re sure to enjoy the views of the Great Sandy Straights from the deck. The house has ample space for all your living needs. Provide your information in the form below if you’d like to receive more information.

Resort Activities

While Staying At Our Beach House Kingfisher Bay why not enjoy some of 

The many things you can do around Kingfisher Bay Resort

Book a a whale watching tour while staying at 

Our Beach House Kingfisher Bay

Plenty of resort activities to have a look  at while your at Kingfisher Bay Resort

Dingo saftey on  K'gari

Learn about dingo safety on the island before you head up

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Places to Visit

Eli Creek

Lake Mckenzie

Eli Creek, the largest creek on the eastern beach of Fraser Island, pours up to four million litres of clear, fresh water into the ocean every hour. Eli Creek is a popular picnic and swimming spot, with a boardwalk that follows the creek inland through banksia and pandanus. Swimming or floating down the swiftly flowing creek from the bridge at the far end of the boardwalk is an invigorating experience.

Eli creek board walk
Eli Creek
Lake mckenzie

There are many different aspects to Fraser Island, but the awe-inspiring beauty of Lake McKenzie makes it probably the most visited natural site on the island. It is a ‘perched’ lake, which means it contains only rainwater, no groundwater, is not fed by streams and does not flow to the ocean. The sand and organic matter at the base of the lake form an impervious layer, preventing rainwater from draining away. 
The sand here is pure, white silica and is not only beautiful to look at but feels beautifully soft to walk on. The sand acts as a filter, giving the water its clarity and helping to make the water so pure it can support very little life. The blues and greens of the lake are endlessly fascinating and it's well worth getting up early to look across it in the soft light of dawn.

Indian Head

Indian Head is the only rock outcrop on Fraser Island. It is actually the birthplace of the island as it is the feature that first started attracting sand that grew into Fraser Island itself. Indian Head lies at the northern end of the island and is a popular tourist destination. Tourists like to climb to its summit and watch the waves crashing on the rocks below.

 

On most days they will also be able to see turtles and sharks in the waters below. The view in either direction, along the beaches is quite spectacular. Indian head is also a favourite destination for fishermen and the stretch of beach o its north is one of the best tailor fishing beaches in Australia. It is common to see thirty or forty four wheel drive vehicles parked here and a row of fishermen along the waters edge.

Indian Head

 

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