Footprints on Fraser
Footprints on Fraser offer guided, fully supported walking tours of World Heritage Fraser Island. The Great Walk, a new concept in tourism developed by the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service, is a unique walking experience covering almost 90 kilometres of walking trails. Footprints on Fraser offer four day and five day walking tours which, in total, traverse 80 per cent of the Great Walk.
Fraser Island is a unique World Heritage icon being the world’s largest sand island with over 40 lakes including most of the world’s perched lakes, towering forests, vegetation and landform types as diverse as huge sandblows, coastal sand dunes, cliffs of coloured sands, heathland, open forests and rainforests. Clear freshwater creeks drain the island. Swimming is possible all year round.
The island is famous for its wildlife including 350 bird species, Australian’s most pure strain of dingo, sand monitors, snakes and numerous mammal species. It has an aboriginal history spanning thousands of years and a fascinating history of colonial development through the forestry industry, mining and more recently tourism.
Their walks visit some of the most beautiful and admired sites on the island such as Central Station and Lake McKenzie as well as some of the most remote and fascinating such as the Valley of the Giants. Footprints on Fraser pride themselves in inviting you to join them to walk where the four wheel drive vehicles don’t go.
Activites and Experiences at Footprints on Fraser
- Off Road Driving
- Flora and Fauna
- National Park
- Nature based
- Off road
- World Heritage
- RTN, QH and National Distributors (TQ)
- Adult Getaway
- Fraser Coast
- Fraser Coast South Burnett
- Drop off Drop off available to Hervey Bay and Childers.
- Host/Hostess An experienced guide accompanies all tours.
- Pickup Pick up available from Hervey Bay and Childers.
Accommodation In Fraser Island
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