We like the outdoors but also like comfort as well. If you are going to Fraser Island and not camping, this is the place for you. We stayed 3 nights and really enjoyed our time there. As a base for seeing the island it was perfect. Hikes out of the resort are well marked and provide great variety. The eco tour via 4 wheel drive is definitely worth it. I was tempted to try to rent a vehicle there--am I glad I did not. The sand tracks are very difficult and unless you have a lot of off road experience better to just go with the guide. The resort has very impressive grounds and paths, and the staff was great. The food was quite good, and the variety of offerings in the primary restaurant worked for us.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled in the bush overlooking the calm waters of the Great Sandy Strait, this award-winning ecotourism resort on World Heritage-listed Fraser Island is the perfect base to explore the world's largest sand island. The resort incorporates the 152-room Mercure Kingfisher Bay Hotel, self-contained two and three bedroom villas and houses, and a 174-bed Wilderness Lodge for groups. Resort Rangers also guide a variety of four-wheel-drive coach tours or personalised tours of the island. Access to Fraser Island is by ferry only. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Mercure Kingfisher Bay Resort Fraser Island
- Kingfisher Bay Hotel Fraser Island
- Kingfisher Bay Fraser Island