Because of its striking beauty, several tourists find that a mere day on Fraser Island is far from being enough. As a result, many people choose to extend their trips and spend a few days exploring the island’s natural treasures.
Fortunately enough, there certainly isn’t a lack of welcoming and comfortable accommodation on the island.
The Eliza Fraser Lodge, for instance, is located in Orchid Beach and offers luxury accommodation inclusive of meals.
The Eliza Fraser Lodge offers accommodation to travelers of all budget ranges. For example, visitors who are travelling on a limited budget can go for the Level 1 sleeping quarters that are ideal for small groups.
These rooms include two bedrooms with a shared bathroom.
Groups travelling on business will undoubtedly be enchanted by the unique Level 2 rooms, which also include amenities for board room meetings.
As far as the facilities are concerned, guests will be able to enjoy conference facilities, outdoor furniture, laundry services, carpark, barbecue spots and even an open fireplace.
At Eliza Fraser Lodge, guests will be able to enjoy a plethora of activities to make the most out of their Fraser Island experience. For example, the resort offers an easy 4WD access, enabling you to visit Fraser Island’s stunning Northern Cape.
Tourists can additionally rent 4WD vehicles to explore the island’s striking beach highways and sand dunes. Visitors can choose from a variety of 4WD expeditions at the lodge, such as trips to Wathumba Creek and Platypus Bay, Sandy Cape, Ocean Lake, Ngkala Rocks, Orchid Beach or a trip to Eli Creek and the Pinnacles, passing by the famous Maheno shipwreck.
Tourists looking for more laid-back activities can check out the numerous guided nature walks that are exclusive to the lodge.
These walks are highly recommended since they will help you discover most of the picturesque spots that helped make Fraser Island so popular over the world.
Some of Eliza Fraser Lodge’s most popular nature walks include, but are not limited to, Ocean Lake Walk, Waddy Point Headland to Champagne Pools Beach Walk, Sandy Cape Lighthouse Walk as well as the Orchid Beach Sand blows walk.
Additionally, this comfortable Fraser Island accommodation can also organize fishing experiences for all ages. Some of Fraser Island’s most prized fishing spots include Indian Head, Middle Rocks, Waddy Point and Sandy Cape, where mackerels and breams are abundant.
When booking these packages, tourists will be provided with all the required equipment.
About Eliza Fraser
This lodge borrows its name from Eliza Fraser. An integral part of Fraser Island history, she is thought to have shipwrecked with her husband, Captain James Fraser.
Named after the couple, the island served as a refuge for Eliza and James Fraser until the captain’s death, either from his injuries or from starvation. According to Eliza Fraser’s records, she was captured by the Badtjala tribe.
However, this theory remained wildly contested by the other survivors of the shipwreck. Because of Eliza Fraser’s claims, the tribe was eventually massacred by colonizers. Eliza was eventually found and rescued.