Wednesday, September 30, 2009
More For Less On Your Fraser Island Holiday
Fraser Island’s untamed wilderness and rugged, natural charm entices from the first moment - providing 4WD adventure and excitement and a relaxing resort atmosphere that’s perfect for family holidays.
And to celebrate the school holidays, Kingfisher Bay Resort has released a ‘More for Less on Fraser’ deal which makes vacationing with the family a whole lot easier on the hip pocket.
Book a getaway to the award winning eco tourism resort and travel before October 31 for just $99 per person per night in hotel resort accommodation and you’ll receive hot buffet breakfast and return marine transfers. And as a special ‘More For Less’ bonus, kids (14 years and under) can stay and eat for free*. Upgrades to interconnecting rooms, are also available for just $100 per night.
Lazy days can be spent exploring the national park by four-wheel-drive or on tour and the calm waters of the Great Sandy Strait are safe for older children to canoe, sail, swim and fish or learn to fish.
The resort also offers a number of free ranger-guided activities and nights can be spent relaxing in World Heritage surrounds or taking part in the resort’s eco activity program.
Virgin Blue operates direct jet services daily from Sydney to the Fraser Coast and QantasLink operates daily from Brisbane to the Fraser Coast. Major city connections are available. Kingfisher Bay Resort operates regular ferry services from Urangan Boat Harbour to the island and vehicle barge services operate from River Heads or Rainbow Beach.
For more information call Kingfisher Bay Resort on 1800 FRASER or visit kingfisherbay.com.
*Some conditions apply. Kids Stay and Eat Free, sharing existing bedding. Breakfast and dinner in Maheno restaurant. One child free per one paying adult. Rate based on 2 adults 2 Children.
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