Fraser Island Camping

If you have time for a holiday coming up on the calendar, there are few options that allow you to “get away from it all” and enjoy the serenity of nature the same way as Fraser Island camping. read more

Fraser Island Accommodation

Amidst the dunes and wild of Fraser Island, you will discover Cathedrals On Fraser nestled along the shoreline, an eclectic Fraser Island accommodation option offering a host of possibilities and experiences. read more

Shipwreck Fraser Island

Exploring a shipwreck on Fraser Island is a must when you visit this picturesque destination. As one of the main attractions, each wreck affords you the chance to discover the rich and dramatic history of the island. read more


Our range of Fraser Island beach camping facilities offers a coastal escape suited to your requirements. From permanent tents to rustic DIY camping grounds, Cathedrals On Fraser ensures a relaxing getaway with amenities suited to all ages. read more

Fraser Island Cabins

Cathedrals On Fraser offer a range of accommodation including Fraser Island cabins, to suit your preferences. Our all-inclusive offering ensures a relaxed stay, surrounded by natural beauty. read more


Cathedrals On Fraser is home to one of the most pristine places for you to enjoy glamping on Fraser Island. If you’re unfamiliar with the term glamping, the easiest way to explain it is that it’s a combination of the words ‘glamorous’ and ‘camping’. read more

4WD Fraser Island

There are few places as perfect as Cathedrals On Fraser for your 4WD Fraser Island adventure. Our centrally located area that is fenced off from dingoes so you will be safe during your stay.  read more

Camping Grounds Fraser Island

Our centrally located eastern beach camping grounds on Fraser Island are dingo-fenced and provide the comfort of clean flushing toilets, free hot showers, and laundry facilities. read more

Fraser Island Diving

We offer safe, comfortable Fraser Island diving lodgings in permanent single- or double-room tents, two or three-bedroom cabins without bathrooms, one or two-bedroom cabins with ensuite bathrooms, and both unpowered and powered campsites. read more

Fishing Fraser Island

Cathedrals On Fraser invites avid fishermen from all over to pitch a tent any time of the year, since every season is a good season when you come fishing on Fraser Island. read more

Whale Watching Fraser Island

Cathedrals On Fraser is coming alive every year as nature enthusiasts from all over share in the magical experience of whale watching on Fraser Island.  read more

Travelling to Fraser Island from the south (Rainbow Beach)

The Manta Ray barge departs from Inskip Point (15 minutes from Rainbow Beach). Usual hours are from 6:00am to 5:30pm daily. The trip takes about 10 minutes; prices vary dependant on the type of vehicle you’re driving. From hook point, head north up the beach for about 60 km (1.5 hours). Use caution when using navigation systems, which may lead you astray. About 10 minutes north of the Maheno shipwreck, you’ll find Cathedrals on Fraser.

Travelling to Fraser Island from Hervey Bay

Kingfisher barges depart from River Heads (20 minutes from Hervey Bay). Tickets must be booked in advance. The trip to Wanggoolba creek takes 30 minutes, while the trip to Kingfisher Bay takes 45 minutes. From either landing point, follow the signs to Eurong (approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour). Use caution when using navigation systems, which may lead you astray. Turn left onto the beach and drive north for about 35km (45 minutes). Cathedrals on Fraser is located about 10 minutes north of the Maheno shipwreck.

Tides and maps

Check the tides for your day of arrival and departure and book your barge accordingly. Be sure to allow enough time to make it up the beach during low tide, as Cathedrals is inaccessible from the beach during high tide. As a general rule, make sure you are off the beach two hours either side of the high tide.

Waddy Point (Fraser Island Tide Times 2020)
Waddy Point (Fraser Island Tide Times 2021)

Fraser Island Map

General safety information

Safe Driving on Fraser Island

Aim to travel two hours either side of low tide wherever possible. Ensure you are not driving on the beach two hours either side of high tide.

It is recommended that you reduce tyre pressure before you get to Fraser Island. This is even more important if you are towing (don’t forget to reduce your trailer/caravan tyre pressures too!) If you are an inexperienced driver or towing a trailer or caravan, we recommend taking the Mantaray barge out of Rainbow Beach to avoid the need to take an inland track. Generally, the eastern beach route will be a smoother journey. During dry weather the sand at Inskip Point can become very soft and vehicles can easily get bogged getting on and off the barge.

For more tips on sand driving, visit here.

Emergency Contacts

In an emergency, dial 000.  If you don’t have mobile reception try 112. Help can be hours away, so carry a well-stocked first aid kit and medical supplies.

Fraser Island Police (Eurong): 4123 7911
Tow Truck Services (Eurong): 4127 9449 or 0428 353 164
Fraser Island Taxi: 4127 9188

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