Great Sandy Strait
Hervey Bay Whale Watching
Start of the Great Barrier Reef
Tour the Fraser Coast
Fraser Coast Attractions
Resorts & Retreats
Hotels, Motels & Apartments
Hostels & Backpackers
Caravan & Camping
Restaurants & Cafes
Visit: 227 Maryborough-Hervey Bay Road
Call: 1800 811 728
Visit: Maryborough City Hall - 388 Kent Street, Maryborough
Call: 1800 214 789
Visit: Mayne Street, Tiaro.
Call: 07 4129 2599
Visit: Don Adams Drive, Hervey Bay.
Call: 07 4197 4730
The Great Fraser Trail
Great Beach Drive - 3 Days
Great Beach Drive - 5 Days
Whales + Tour + Fraser with 3rd night FREE | Stay where the whales play, on this two-wonders-in-one bucket list adventure!
10% off with after school holidays special!
Kids cruise FREE whale watch!
Location: Montville, QLD |
This journey offers travellers the opportunity to sample some amazing tastes as they explore the region.
Start your Naturally Delicious Great Beach Drive from one
Location: Hervey Bay, QLD |
Located on the Fraser Coast in Queensland, the Fraser Island Gateway Drive offers the best of the Fraser Coast experience from the heritage and streetscapes
Location: Fraser Island, QLD |
The Great Beach Drive, located in Queensland’s stunning Australia’s Nature Coast, provides a road trip like no other. Offering the experience of driving on some
Location: Brisbane City, QLD |
The Pacific Coast Way links coastal havens, hinterland towns, and major cities all along the east coast, from the Gold Coast to Cairns. The Pacific
Explore the back roads, cruise past surf beaches and discover the beauty of the Noosa River Everglades. This drive will take you through some of
To discover some of the most peaceful and picturesque seaside villages the Fraser Coast has to offer, set off on the Burrum Coast Discovery Trail.
This journey offers the chance to see outstanding natural beauty in absolute comfort. You may also choose to follow the interactive food trail that allows
Location: Tin Can Bay, QLD |
Day Trip, Itineraries
The Cooloola Coast Fraser Island Tourist Drive will take you on a journey from one aquatic playground to another through the UNESCO recognised Great Sandy