World Heritage-listed Fraser Island is a rare and beautiful holiday destination, at the start of the Great Barrier Reef, offering a refreshing change from the bustle of mainland Australia and the resort islands of Queensland’s north.
The island’s untamed wilderness and rugged, natural charm entices from the first, providing 4WD adventure and excitement, but also a relaxing atmosphere from your base here at beautiful, eco-friendly Kingfisher Bay Resort.
Once here, slip into island living and explore the hundreds of tracks which criss-cross the world’s largest sand island. Immerse yourself in the ancient rainforests, which flourish in dune valleys, colored sand cliffs on Seventy-Five Mile Beach or the mirrored lakes, ringed with gold…
One of the accommodation Huts at the end is mine…overlooking a waterlily pond and looking over to the beach and the Jetty..a beautiful view.
Inside the ecologically designed resort it is like being in a huge ship overlooking the swimming pool…water.
Outside the building again blends into the environment and is ecologically friendly with sloping roof curved with interior shutters designed to catch the light and seabreezes and water from underwater springs.
The building is located within the natural habitat of plants and animals with paths above ground so animals do not feel restricted. All the lower rooms provide access to the wetlands and bush where you can wander and then return to your room.
It is environmentally friendly, researched and developed by a huge band of researchers to make the most of the environment which has to the naturally sustainable as well as ecologically friendly. All rooms have a view…
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