Kingfisher Bay Resort Fraser Island
Kingfisher Bay Resort is World Heritage-listed Fraser Island’s premiere eco-accommodation. Nestled amongst tree-covered dunes, along the calm waters of the Great Sandy Strait, Kingfisher Bay Resort is the perfect springboard for fishing, swimming, bushwalking or four-wheel driving on the island.
The resort provides easy access to the island’s iconic sites, from swimming in the renowned Lake McKenzie to cruising along 75 Mile Beach, exploring the ruins of the Maheno shipwreck, or canoeing through the freshwater mangrove creeks. Offering a number of room configurations, the resort suits all styles and budgets; including Resort Hotel Rooms, Villas, Kingfisher Houses and Wilderness lodges. All rooms reflect the coastal environment and optimise the idyllic weather, with wide balconies to enjoy bay views, the surrounding wallum, and captivating birdsong.
Phone: 61 7 4194 9300
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The Oasis Apartments & Treetop Houses
The Oasis Apartments & Treetop Houses are set amongst beautiful grounds with resort facilities in a tranquil, relaxed, family friendly environment.
Balloon Aloft Byron Bay adventures have it all. As Australia's most easterly point and the first place on the Australian mainland to see the sunrise each morning, a Byron Bay ballooning experience offers a unique experience and a spectacular visual diversity of both coast & country.
Vision Walks – Wildlife Safari
Join our Wildlife Safari to visit three different habitats near Byron Bay - eucalyptus forest, rainforest, grassland and see Aussie wildlife in the wild. We guarantee you will see - koala, kangaroo, wallaby, flying fox and birds. Our Environmental Scientist will be your guide.
Sundive Byron Bay
Established in 1988, Sundive is located in the Byron CBD on Middleton Street. Specialising in SCUBA diving for all levels of experience, snorkelling, introductory dives and various related courses we offer daily trips to Nguthungulli Julian Rocks which has been rated as one of the BEST snorkel spots in Australia by Australian Geographic Magazine.