from AUD 1,349 per person

SALES PERIOD Up to 31 May 2020
TRAVEL PERIOD Up to 30 Nov 2020
6 nights’ accommodation (Room Only)
7 days Avis car rental with GPS
Co-pilot self-drive kit
Touring as per itinerary
  • Car rental rate includes airport / city depot pick-up and drop-off, Unlimited kms, VRF (Vehicle Registration fee), CRF (Concession Recovery Fee), PLS (Premium Location Surcharge), LDW (Loss Damage Waiver), Super Excess Reduction (NIL Excess), 24 Hour Emergency Roadside Service, one way fee (if applicable), admin fees and GST @10%
  • Excludes fuel and optional extras

Day 01 - Brisbane to Lamington National Park (84 km)

Leaving Brisbane you will follow the Pacific Motorway until reaching Beenleigh. Once in Beenleigh you will travel south, travelling through stunning landscapes as you climb the ranges to Mount Tamborine. Enjoy scenic views of the Gold Coast as you do so and stop at Gallery Walk to explore the many arts and crafts shops which make up the premier Art and Craft centre of South East Queensland. Continue your journey through to the Canungra Valley, with its historic buildings and rural setting. Sample the fruits of the vine at Canungra Valley Vineyards, or explore the grounds and search for platypus in the Canungra Creek, before taking the final winding stretch of road into the Lamington National Park.

Day 02 - Lamington National Park

Today is a day at leisure to explore this beautiful National Park, with over 20 000 hectares of sub tropical rainforest. Hear the calls of native birds as you walk through the tree tops, 16 metres above the rainforest floor. Take a hike or bush walk along the many trails which wind through the ancient Antarctic Beech forest. Or relax and unwind in the Lost World Spa for a day of pampering (at own expense).

Day 03 - Lamington National Park to Noosa (230 km)

On your way to Noosa you will be able to bypass the city streets of Brisbane taking the Gateway Motorway to cross the city. When heading north on the Bruce Highway you will come across Beerburrum State Forest. Exotic pine plantations, open forest, rainforest and coastal wallum remnants and the scenic Glass House Mountains make Beerburrum State Forest and Forest Reserve in the Sunshine Coast lowlands a picturesque place to visit. Enjoy magnificent views over the coastal lowlands from the Glass House Mountains or Beerburrum Mountain Lookouts. Walk through scribbly gum and wet sclerophyll forests around Glass House Mountains Lookout.

Day 04 - Noosa

Explore all that Noosa has to offer whether you enjoy the coastal charm, sophisticated dining and/or stylish boutiques. It is also a destination blessed with a diverse, distinctive and accessible natural environment, ideal base for any kind of outdoor experience. You can explore more beaches south of Noosa, such as Coolum and Peregian

Day 05 - Noosa to Fraser Island (199 km)

Travel along the Bruce Highway again to the north making your way to Hervey Bay. Continue onto the River Heads village for the departure to Fraser Island, the world’s largest sand island, at 123 kilometres long, and a haven for nature lovers. Check into the mainland terminal, unload luggage and then park your car (choice of car parking available – own expense). Board the Kingfisher Bay Ferry for the transfer across to Fraser Island. On arrival on Fraser Island check-in and then the rest of the day is at leisure to start exploring the Island.

Day 06 - Fraser Island

Today enjoy a full day ranger guided Beauty Spots Tour of Fraser Island, including lunch. Learn about the natural and cultural history of the island, swim in clear freshwater lakes, walk through towering rainforest and drive along the amazing Seventy-Five Mile Beach. Other highlights include Lake McKenzie, Wanggoolba Creek, Eli Creek and Maheno Shipwreck. This evening perhaps join an optional ranger guided activity, slideshow or go exploring on a spotlighting walk

Day 07 - Fraser Island to Brisbane (300km)

Depart Fraser Island and return to River Heads village by ferry. On arrival, collect your rental car and continue south down the Bruce Highway enjoying much of the same scenery as before. The eye catching views of National Parks, rolling hills, and Queensland Bushland areas. About halfway you’ll come across a lovely old mining town called Gympie. In Gympie you’ll find museums and statues dedicated to the miners who worked during the gold rush days. Stop to explore more of the Sunshine Coast, including the hinterland towns of Montville and Maleny, before continuing south along the Bruce Highway back to the bustling city of Brisbane.

Your car is booked until tomorrow and should be dropped off at the city or airport, by the same time as it was picked up on Day 1, to avoid any additional charges.

  • Subject to availability
  • All prices quoted are per person, in Australian Dollars (AUD) based on twin sharing, ground content only and subject to change without prior notice
  • Breakfast is not included, hotel seasonal surcharges; blackout dates; supplements and minimum night stay apply
  • Single / 3rd traveler are not applicable
  • Itineraries are suggested itineraries only
  • Sales Period: up to 31 May 2020
  • Travel Period: up to 30 Nov 2020
  • Other terms & conditions apply
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