Where to Stay

Kingfisher Bay Resort

Kingfisher Bay Resort overlooks the Great Sandy Strait on the western side of the island.

Kingfisher Bay Resort rangers have an extensive program of guided walks, talks and 4WD tours as well as dolphin and whale watch cruises.

Kingfisher Bay is a purpose-built ecotourism resort and holds nine Advanced Ecotourism Certifications from Ecotourism Australia for its tours and accommodation. It has won six Australian Tourism Awards and in 2006 was inducted into the Queensland's Tourism Awards Hall of Fame.

Amenities include a resort hotel, 109 two-and-three-bedroom, self-contained villas, bars restaurants, cafes, a night club, tennis courts, water sports, massage and beauty centre, kids clubs, a general store, bottle shop 4WD hire and petrol station.

For more information on hot deals and holiday specials visit: https://www.kingfisherbay.com/fraser-island-accommodation/fraser-island-deals/hot-deals.html

K'gari Beach Resort

K'gari Beach Resort's absolute beachfront position gives easy access to the vast expanse of Fraser Island's famous Seventy-Five Mile Beach. It is also centrally placed to visit the southern lakes, which include McKenzie and Wabby, as well as the rainforests around Pile Valley and Central Station.

Resort facilities include a well-stocked general store and bottle shop, a bakery and coffee shop. A modern restaurant and bar overlook a large free form swimming pool. The casual Beach Bar and entertainment centre adjoins a second pool.

Accommodation at K'gari Beach Resort is designed to suit all budgets and ranges from modern, self-contained, one and two-bedroom apartments to backpacker beds and group accommodation.

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