Explore the Fraser Coast

Unleash your inner adventurer and embark on a journey of education and exploration with Fraser Coast Tours.

Discover Paradise where sun-kissed beaches meet vibrant marine life, creating unforgettable memories along the way.

From Heritage listed K'gari (Fraser Island) and whale watching to unique 4x4 adventures and historical Maryborough, the Fraser Coast offers excitement and relaxation for all ages and interests.

Immerse yourself in the coastal wonders, bask in the golden rays of the sun, hear some fascinating stories and let your worries drift away with the gentle ocean breeze as you discover some hidden gems.

Fraser Coast is not just a destination; it's an experience of a lifetime. So pack your sense of adventure, bring your laughter, and get ready to create magical moments that will leave you with a smile on your face and a skip in your step.  Get ready to snap jaw-dropping photos that will make your friends green with envy!

Join us today and let the Fraser Coast weave its enchanting spell on you. Your extraordinary journey awaits!

Day Tours

Whether you are wanting to relax on the water or join a fun filled adventure by tour bus, we have something for everyone.

Hop on one of the great guided bus tours to venture across to K'gari (formerly known as Fraser Island) to explore this beautiful sand island, complete wih ancient rainforest, the stunning Lake MacKenzie, the wreck of the Maheno and the coloured sands.

You can also treat yourself to a day on the water to explore the western coast of K'gari, look for turtles and dugongs or just enjoy the most amazing sunset you will ever see.

Whale Watching Tours

Hervey Bay is famous for its calm waters and fantastic whale viewing. You will have an incredible experience observing humpback whales in their natural environment, enjoy real time commentary about all local marine mammals and some of the history of K'gari (Fraser Island) and its traditional owners.

From July to October you can observe these giants playing and enjoying our warmer waters, watch mums feeding their new born calves or listen to the big boys and their haunting song as they look for a mate.