Each year thousands of international and domestic tourists visit the Fraser Coast region to get up close with humpback whales and tour World-Heritage listed Fraser Island (the largest sand island in the world) where you can swim in fresh water lakes in complete safety, walk in rainforest literally growing out of the sand and drive a 4WD or land via light aircraft on the beach.
Our region, nested to the north of Brisbane and just below the Southern Great Barrier Reef, is renowned for its unspoilt beauty in its natural state. Its relaxed, family friendly and yet sophisticated, with quality resorts and accommodation to meet the expectations of today's very savvy traveller.
We look forward to connecting with you and assisting wherever possible to ensure that international travellers continue to enjoy the authentic experiences our region provides.
Looking to extend itineraries on the Fraser Coast? With highlights such as World Heritage Listed Fraser Island, Hervey Bay whale encounters and the heritage filled streets of Maryborough, the Great Fraser Trail is the ideal four day journey.
In order to increase consumer awareness within the market place, Fraser Coast Tourism and Events will often coordinate familiarisations (famils) with the objective to highlight signature experiences, products or services across the Fraser Coast region.
If you are an industry professional and would like further information, email [email protected] or call (07) 4191 2600.
For further information on the diverse Fraser Coast region including must do adventures, local climate, destination highlights and international ready product, download our latest International Product Manual.
The Fraser Coast, whilst retaining the benefits of being a regional location, is easily accessible via a range of travel options. Whether your preference is to travel by car, rail, plane or bus, travellers have flexibility in when, where and how they arrive on the Fraser Coast - all with the added bonus of a scenic journey through, or over, classic Australian landscapes!
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