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Central Station Rainforest Tours and Activities

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Central Station, once the central hub for the forestry department on Fraser Island, is a stunning and lush rainforest area located on Wanggoolba Creek of Fraser Island - one of the most scenic areas on the island!

Since the logging industry's departure in the late 1950s, Central Station is a popular picnic and camping spot for tourists with an information center which provides a history of the island and tips on the flora and fauna in the area.

Home to many specifies of plants, Central Station houses the massive Angiopteris ferns, which has the largest fern fronds in the world. Giant satinay and kauri trees also grow around the forest

The massive kauris have a soaring trunk and branches only start at the very top; these trees were prized as masts in the days of sailing boats. Satinay trees are regarded as biological marvels since the sand they grow in contain very little nutrients.

The area around Wanggoolba Creek not far from Central Station is one of the loveliest swathes of rainforest. There are paths in the surrounding rainforest where you can get up close to the palms and learn about the creatures and plants that inhabit the area.

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All-Inclusive Fraser Island Day Tour

All-Inclusive Fraser Island Day Tour

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Discover Fraser Island's highlights on a full-day tour with an experienced guide that includes time to swim in pristine lakes, hit the beach, and explore the rainforest. Visit iconic spots including Lake McKenzie, Eli Creek, Seventy-Five Mile Beach, Central Station, Wanggoolba Creek, the Maheno shipwreck, and the Pinnacles. Learn about the animal and plant life both on land and in the ocean, where dolphins, dugongs, sharks, and humpback whales can be spotted. Depart early from Hervey Bay and travel by 4WD-vehicle on this comprehensive Fraser Island tour.
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  • 9 hours
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Fraser Island 4WD Tour from Noosa

Fraser Island 4WD Tour from Noosa

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Escape the mainland—and discover Fraser Island’s UNESCO-listed scenery—on this seamless day trip. Depart in the morning directly from your Noosa or Rainbow Beach accommodation, and travel in the comfort of a custom-built 4x4 vehicle. You’ll discover the highlights of Fraser Island—the world’s largest sand island. Stop for breakfast on Seventy-Five Mile Beach, swim in Lake McKenzie, discover the Central Station Rainforest, and much more.
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  • 11 hours
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 All-Inclusive 2-Day Fraser Island Tour

All-Inclusive 2-Day Fraser Island Tour

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Named K’Gari (paradise) by the local Aborigines, Fraser Island features more than 100 freshwater lakes, extensive rain forests, and giant sand dunes. Explore the island with an expert guide who leads rainforest walks at Pile Valley, Central Station, Wanggoolba Creek, and the Hammerstone Sandblow, and provides swimming opportunities at Eli Creek, Lake McKenzie, the Champagne Pools, and Lake Wabby. Stay overnight at a lodge on Seventy-Five Mile Beach, see the Pinnacles and Maheno shipwreck, and have the option to book a scenic sightseeing flight on this fun and informative 2-day tour.
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  • 2 days
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Fraser Island 4WD Tour from Rainbow Beach

Fraser Island 4WD Tour from Rainbow Beach

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Explore the beauty of Fraser Island on a full-day tour from Rainbow Beach by purpose-built 4WD vehicle. Discover what makes the island a World Heritage-listed site with an experienced and passionate guide. Travel along the sandy highway; see ancient rain forests and marvel at the crystal clear Lake McKenzie. With plenty of opportunity to spot wildlife along the way, every day on Fraser Island is a new experience.
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  • 7 hours
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3-Day Fraser Island Resort Package

3-Day Fraser Island Resort Package

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Enjoy a 3-day package to World Heritage-listed Fraser Island with beachside accommodation at Kingfisher Bay resort and a combination of guided tours and free time for beach walks and swimming. Your full-day 4WD sightseeing tour goes inland to Central Station, Wanggoolba Creek, Pile Valley and Lake McKenzie, then motors down Seventy-Five Mile Beach to Eli Creek, the Maheno shipwreck and Pinnacles. Includes two nights of accommodation, three meals, a full-day guided tour and ferry tickets, leaving you free to enjoy the island.
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  • 3 days
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2-Day Fraser Island 4WD Tag-Along Tour at Beach House from Hervey Bay

2-Day Fraser Island 4WD Tag-Along Tour at Beach House from Hervey Bay

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Enjoy a 2-day tag-along tour of Fraser Island from Hervey Bay that travels by 4WD–vehicle to island highlights. Your guide leads the caravan of vehicles with participants sharing the fun of offroad driving. Stop to see the Maheno shipwreck and Pinnacles; and go swimming at Lake McKenzie, Eli Creek and Lake Wabby or Lake Garrawongera. Retire for the night at a beach house on Seventy-Five Mile Beach. Your experienced guide shares the best spots on the island, allowing you make the most of your time on Fraser Island.
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  • 2 days
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Should I book Central Station Rainforest tickets in advance?
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We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Central Station Rainforest can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund. See all 6 Central Station Rainforest tickets and tours on Viator.
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How much does it cost to visit Central Station Rainforest 2021?
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Currently, an entrance ticket to Central Station Rainforest costs USD 139.70. Guided Central Station Rainforest tours start around USD 139.70 per person. See all 6 Central Station Rainforest tickets and tours on Viator.
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