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Fraser Island Tag Along Tours

The Island’s best guided group experience

Explore Fraser Island with Locally Guided 4WD Tours

Do you want to experience the natural beauty of the beach, a lake, and a rainforest but can’t decide which one to choose? With our tag-along tour you can enjoy all the above! Come and explore Fraser Island, known by its traditional name K’Gari, in a guided 4wd tour, where you get to drive a PINK 4wd!

With a max. of 6 passengers per 4WD, you can be sure you’ll travel in comfort and style. Whether you’re an individual traveller, a couple, or part of a small group, or a family with teenage kids, our tag-along experience brings together like-minded travellers from across the World. Our friendly, knowledgeable and experienced guides, who lead the squad in the white 4WD, will take great care of you throughout the trip. So if you’ve never driven on the sand before, don’t worry. Safety is very important to us, so we make sure you get to learn sand driving in a fun but safe environment.

What will I see on my guided tour?

K’Gari, meaning ‘paradise’ serves up endless views and photo opps! Look out the window as you drive down the beach and see never-ending ocean scapes, strikingly coloured sand features and spectacular sand blows. Head inland on the sandy tracks and explore remnants of majestic ancient rainforests and perched freshwater lakes.

2 Day tours go as North as The Pinnacles and visit Lake McKenzie, plus more! 3 day tours go up to Indian Head and Champagne Pools and a mix of lakes depending on weather and tide.

What’s included with our guided tour?

  • Rainforest Camping in twin share tent (unless single upgrade)
  • Hot showers (coin operated), toilets, running water, dingo fence 
  • All meals, plus snacks!
  • Safe, reliable and maintained 4WDs
  • Fun, friendly, experienced guides
  • Ferry transfers to Fraser Island
  • National Park Permits and Local charges
  • Full safety briefing (drivers)
  • Free hostel pickups (passengers)
  • 2 or 3 days of jam-packed adventure
  • Rainforest walk on Wangoolba Creek
  • Have loads of fun while driving one of our PINK Toyota Prado’s, following an experienced guide in the lead vehicle.
  • If travelling alone or in a small group it is no problem! We will arrange single travellers into a group amongst other like-minded travellers.

Which Tag Along Tour is best for me?

Please note that our 2 day and 3 day tours depart on different days throughout the week, depending on minimum numbers and availability.

2 Day Tag-Along Tour

  • Limited time and budget
  • Only have 2 days to spare
  • See all the sites unique to Fraser Island in 2 days
  • Lake McKenzie – highlight
  • Enjoy 1 night camping in the rainforest

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3 Day Tag-Along Tour

  • Want to experience Indian Head?
  • Want to splash in the Champagne Pools?
  • Have time to spend on Fraser Island
  • Want to do more 4wding along 75 mile beach
  • Enjoy 2 nights base camping in the majestic rainforest on K’gari

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Why travel with us?

  • Exclusive Rainforest Camping site, with hot showers, running water and flushing toilets.
  • Delicious seasonal meals and snacks! Everyone helps as a group, dietary requirements catered for.
  • Adventure while cruising around with the pink tag-along squad through Fraser Island’s natural beauty, making friends from around the world.
  • Value – get the best value, for a 2 or 3 day tour, with our competitive prices and all-inclusive packages to suit every traveller.
  • Learn from your experienced guide the natural, historical and cultural information about K’Gari.
  • Experience the whale watching capital, Hervey Bay before or after the tour. We depart from this quaint coastal town, surrounded by beautiful beaches.

Things to note:

  • Recommended ages 18 – 35+ years
  • Must be 21 years and over to drive (with a valid license and credit card imprint for the bond).
  • No off-road driving experience necessary, you will be briefed and shown the correct methods.
  • Driver Briefing early morning of departure at our office (no pickups provided)
  • Not driving? Free pick-ups from local hostels
  • FREE street parking available OR secure your car in fenced parking for an extra cost.
  • Sheet and pillow provided
  • Sleeping bag hire available, or bring your own
  • Tour departs from our office in Urangan, Hervey Bay (near the airport) at approx. 7:30am
  • Returning at 6 – 6:15pm on the last day (due to Fraser Island’s remote location we recommend that you don’t book bus departures for the return evening, sometimes the barge can be late or held up).
  • Bag/ luggage storage available at an extra cost
  • Minimum numbers required for tour to depart
  • If less than 2 vehicles are on the tour, the lead guide is the only person legally allowed to drive the lead vehicle.
  • Alternative camping/accommodation is possibly used without notice.

What to bring on your guided 4WD tour:

  • Sleeping bag is essential (sleeping bag able to be hired from us at an extra cost)
  • Day bag with swimwear and a change of clothes
  • Lightweight towel (for swimming and showering)
  • Flip flops and closed in shoes
  • Warm clothes (Island can get cold at night time)
  • A camera to capture the memories
  • Your biggest smile
  • Alcohol and snacks if you wish
  • But most importantly, a sense of adventure and fun!

5 Star Fraser Island Tagalong Tours

First-Hand Fraser Dingo Experiences

3 Day Tag Along Tour Fraser Island

Cannot recommend this enough! We had a brilliant tour guide who got everyone involved and was so informative about each location we went to, also thanks to the volunteers who cooked our delicious food each day and catered to everyone’s needs. All the locations were breathtaking, doing the tour made it so much easier to see all of the island.

Naomi, UK.

2 Day Tag Along Tour Fraser Island

This is the best tour I have done here in Australia, the tour guide was awesome and we had so much fun. Everything was planned very well and the price was very good. Thank you!

Jennifer, USA.

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