5 Days Fraser Island Adventure

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$1,040
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$1,545 PP
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5 Days Fraser Island Adventure

✓ Travel with Intrepid Travel
✓ The local Butchulla people call Fraser Island K’gari, which means paradise
✓ Join a 5-day tour that shows off the highlights of this World Heritage-protected place
✓ Explore the largest sand island in the world – Fraser Island Ancient rainforest, sweeping sand dunes and some of the purest water on earth
✓ Join your expert local leader on this true island life adventure
✓ Camp under the stars, relax and soak up the rays of Queensland’s Sunshine Coast
✓ 2 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 2 dinners

5 Days Fraser Island Adventure

✓ Travel with Intrepid Travel
✓ The local Butchulla people call Fraser Island K’gari, which means paradise
✓ Join a 5-day tour that shows off the highlights of this World Heritage-protected place
✓ Explore the largest sand island in the world – Fraser Island Ancient rainforest, sweeping sand dunes and some of the purest water on earth
✓ Join your expert local leader on this true island life adventure
✓ Camp under the stars, relax and soak up the rays of Queensland’s Sunshine Coast
✓ 2 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 2 dinners

From PP Twin Share

$1,040
SOLO
$1,545 PP
Product Awards Accredited Travel Agent
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