Wednesday 8 October 2008

Make Tracks To Fraser Island On A Cool Dingo Tour

Fraser Island’s iconic Cool Dingo group tour takes the hard work out of managing tides and navigation on the world’s largest sand island, and puts the enjoyment back in to touring.

These popular two and three-day group tours for 18 to 35-year-olds, were named Best Experience in Queensland for 2007 by some of the toughest travellers on the island’s sand tracks – international and domestic backpackers – and are equally appealing to locals.

Fraser Island is well known for beautiful, fresh-water lakes, lunar-like sand dunes, ancient rainforests and the spectacular 75-mile ocean beach, which comes complete with a shipwreck – all of which are discovered on tour.

Tours regularly from Hervey Bay or Brisbane and take in Fraser Island’s top beauty spots including stunning Lake McKenzie.

“Forget fidgety nights with tents and sleeping bags... these fully guided and all-inclusive Cool Dingo Tours promise a good night’s rest on Fraser Island, with comfy lodge accommodation, hearty buffet meals, air-conditioned 4WD tours and return catamaran transfers,” Leisure Sales Manager Joe Currenti said.

“Cool Dingo tours are a great way to experience the world’s largest sand island - Fraser Island - and to meet like-minded travellers from around Australia and indeed all over the globe.”

“There’s plenty of 4WD action, great value and fun to boot – and best of all no tents, no sleeping bags, no cooking, no driving and no worries.”

Cool Dingo ‘Two-day, One-night’ packages start from $289 per person, ‘Three-day, Two-night’ packages from $359 per person and ‘Five-day, Four-night’ packages from $457.

For the more adventurous, five-night Lady Elliott ‘Coral Reef and Cool Dingo’ packages are also available, with prices starting from just $799.

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