Comfort Inn Fraser Gateway Hervey Bay

66-68 Main St,
Hervey Bay QLD 4655

Phone (07) 4128 3666
Fax (07) 4128 3802

Contact Us Comfort Inn Fraser Gateway Hervey Bay

Comfort Inn Fraser Gateway Hervey Bay

Comfort Inn Fraser Gateway Hervey Bay

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Fraser Island

Fraser Island is the world’s largest sand island and is now world heritage listed. The island is the only place on the planet where rainforest grows from sand.  You will enjoy the experience of exploring the rainforest, MAHENO shipwreck, sand dunes, and crystal clear lakes. Fraser Island is ranked one of the world’s top three tropical islands by Conde Nast Traveller Magazine.

Located just off the coast from Hervey Bay, in total approximately 600,000 visitors come to Fraser Island each year. Travel to Hervey Bay all year round to visit Fraser Island – natural eco sanctuary. Call us on 07 4128 3666  to book your Accommodation and Fraser Island tour.  Our Team can provide advice on tours that will suit your needs.

Fraser Island tours offer:

  • Courtesy pick up from Econo Lodge Fraser Gateway and barge transfers to Fraser Island
  • Full-day guided air-conditioned 4WD Coach
  • Expert commentary on Island history, fauna and flora etc
  • Opportunity to have a swim in one of the magnificent lakes
  • Buffet lunch

Spanning 124 kilometers and covering an area of 163,000 hectares Fraser Island has developed over a period of 800,000 thousand years. Showcasing spectacular eroded sculptures of iron-rich coloured sands, over 40 rare freshwater lakes, each its own unique shape and colour, towering rainforests dating back 1,000 years, the world’s only rainforest growing in sand, crystal clear creeks, swampy wetlands, heathlands bright with wildflower sand sweeping beaches lined with Pandanus palms.

Lake McKenzie

Lake McKenzie is one of Island’s best-known freshwater lakes. It is a refreshing swimming spot and has good camping and picnic facilities nearby. Lake Wabby is the deepest of the Island’s lakes and is surrounded by a massive sand-blow. Lake Allom is an attractive small lake with a forest backdrop. If you are lucky, you may encounter its special inhabitants – tortoises.

Eli Creek

Eli Creek is the largest freshwater creek along the east coast, with over four million litres of water flowing from its mouth onto the eastern beach and into the ocean every hour! The swift current makes for an invigorating swim.

The Cathedrals

The Cathedrals are towering cliffs of multicoloured sands sculptured by the wind into huge peaks. The Champagne Pools, beautiful rock pools filled with bubbling seawater, are excellent swimming holes at low tide and are located at Middle Rocks, just north of Indian Head.

Maheno Ship Wreck

The Wreck of the Maheno is located just north of Happy Valley on the eastern beach. The vessel had been a well-known trans-Tasman liner and was heading for a Japanese wrecking yard when she was driven ashore during a cyclone in 1935. Today the hull lies slowly deteriorating in the harsh salt environment.

Call us on 07 4128 3666 to book your Accommodation and Fraser Island tour.