Where To Stay On Fraser Island

Eurong Beach Resort

Eurong Beach Resort’s absolute beachfront is just a hop, skip and a jump from Fraser’s famous Seventy-Five Mile Beach and is only accessible by four-wheel-drive. You’ll be centrally placed to visit the southern lakes, explore Pile Valley and Central Station and head up the beach to the wreck of the Maheno.

Accommodation at Eurong Beach Resort is designed to suit all budgets and ranges from two-bedroom apartments with spacious living areas and fully equipped kitchens can accommodate up to six people. Double or twin rooms include kitchenettes. Both have balconies or patios, bathrooms and laptop compatible telephones.

Eurong’s modern restaurant and bar overlook a large free form swimming pool. The casual Beach Bar and entertainment centre adjoins a second pool. A bakery supplies hot bread, casual snacks and coffee and there is a well-stocked general store.  Eurong is also a great place to stock up on those last minute items or to grab a pizza if you're camping.

All the comforts of home and a view that’s priceless!

Kingfisher Bay Resort

Kingfisher Bay Resort overlooks the Great Sandy Strait on the western side of the island and 
is a fully-integrated ecotourism hotel designed to give guests an enjoyable nature-based experience on World Heritage-listed Fraser Island, while creating minimal impact on the environment. Self-contained accommodation is also available.

Kingfisher’s interpretive rangers take guests to explore the island on eco-accredited day tours and the resort’s grounds provide the basis of Ranger-guided walks and talks.

Amenities include The Mercure Kingfisher Bay Resort hotel, 109 two-and-three-bedroom, self-contained villas, bars restaurants, cafes, a late night pub, tennis courts, water sports, massage and beauty centre, Junior Eco Rangers program for the kids, a general store, bottle shop 4WD hire and petrol station.

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