Discover your Fraser Coast accommodation
Fraser Coast Accommodation
Lady Elliot Island Eco Resort
$499 pnValued at $593
Kellys Beach Resort
From $140 pn
Oaks Hervey Bay Resort and Spa
From $169 pn
The Point Resort
From $170 pn
Country Comfort Bundaberg
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Kingfisher Bay Resort
From $229 pn
BreakFree Great Sandy Straits Hervey Bay
From $79 pn
Mantra Hervey Bay
From $88 pn
Discovery Parks - Fraser Street, Hervey Ba…
From $139 pn
Fraser Coast accommodation varies greatly as the region offers a myriad of incredible experiences. It’s an alluring mixture of breathtaking beaches, ancient rainforests, lustrous lakes, enormous sand dunes, and wildlife.
The region ranges from the World Heritage listed Fraser Island, the world’s largest sand island, to the coastal community of Hervey Bay, to Bundaberg in the north where you will find a rum-guzzling polar bear, and finally to the south you’ll find Rainbow Beach.
To the local Aboriginals Fraser Island is ‘K’Gari’, which translates to paradise. From the vantage point atop the island’s famous sand dunes you can spot whales, dolphins, turtles, passing ships and even a few of the 40 odd lakes peppered across the island.
Hervey Bay is destination that caters to all with 4WD adventures, incredible beaches, and a relaxed atmosphere, making it the perfect spot to escape the daily grind.
Bundaberg is a city famed for its rum and giant polar bear mascot in sunnies. Oddly enough, rather than ice burgs you’ll find a gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, untouched beaches, sub-tropical national parks and the largest congregation of nesting marine turtles on the mainland.
Rainbow Beach has all the glamour of Whitehaven paired with the waves of Mooloolaba and the spectacular addition of rainbow coloured sand dunes.
Fraser Coast offers many accommodation options, let the team at Discover Queensland guide you to the best resort for you and your budget. Call us today on 1300 788 553
Fraser Coast Weather
Fraser Coast is located only a few hundred kilometres from the Tropic of Capricorn so it enjoys sub-tropical weather perfect for beachside escapes.
Due to its coastal location warm days – which are typical of both summer and winter - are punctuated by sea breezes. Water temperatures are delightfully warm year round lending itself to beach days, water sports, and general water fun.
Book your Fraser Coast holiday any time of the year and enjoy beautiful balmy weather.View Weather