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Ultimate Guide to Exploring Fraser Island

Fraser Island, located on Queensland’s iconic Fraser Coast, is extraordinary so we have compiled Our Ultimate Guide to Exploring Fraser Island to showcase this magical island especially to those who have yet to visit.

Let’s firstly detail some of its superlatives for you.

  • The Worlds Largest Sand Island
  • World Heritage Listed
  • Over 123 kms long of white sandy beach
  • Just 22 kms wide
  • There are no roads or traffic lights on Fraser Island, just sand tracks
  • It is named after 1836 shipwreck survivor Eliza Fraser
  • Fraser Island is integral to the Great Barrier Reef
  • It is one of the World’s Best Whale Watching regions
Ultimate Guide to Exploring Fraser Island
Champagne Pools

Our first time on Fraser Island was 1991 and we’ve been enjoying trips there ever since. We have camped on Fraser Island, stayed at resorts, taken tours and stayed in holiday houses and it doesn’t matter what your accommodation is, it’s an amazing experience every time.

You will fall in love with Queensland’s Fraser Island, it is so incredible. As the world’s largest sand island it is only accessible by 4wd and you have to apply some basic tactics to get yourself around the island safely.

Fraser Island Sunrise
Fraser Island Sunrise

 

Here is our Ultimate Guide to Exploring Fraser Island

Where is Fraser Island?

Fraser Island is approximately 250kms north of Brisbane, the capital city of Queensland, Australia.

It is accessible by 4wd from 2 locations, one at Inskip Point just past Rainbow Beach or from River Heads, just 5 mins from Hervey Bay.

How to get to Fraser Island

From Brisbane drive 90 minutes north to Gympie. As you enter Gympie take the Rainbow Beach turnoff to the right and follow the signs to Rainbow Beach. From Gympie to Rainbow Beach is about 1 hour.

Fill up with fuel here and buy any necessities required. The bakery at Rainbow Beach is excellent also.

Accessing from Inskip Point

From here it is about a 15 minute drive to Inskip Point where you will need to let down your tyres to make it to the barge on the beach. In peak periods the queues here can be long.

Once on Fraser Island it is a 1 hour drive up the beach to the townships of Eurong and Happy Valley. Orchid Beach is approximately another hour further north, however with so many amazing things to see it’ll be difficult to not stop a few times as you drive the incredible Fraser Island Beaches.

Fraser Island Camping
Camping on Fraser Island

 

How to explore Fraser Island

As there are no roads, only sand tracks and the beach, access is only by 4wd. You can drive to either Inskip Point or River Heads and bring your 4wd to catch the barge across to the island. You can camp or stay at any of the fantastic locations on the island.

If you still want to self drive but don’t have your own vehicle you can hire your own 4wd.

From Brisbane, Rainbow Beach or Hervey Bay there are 4wd hire companies where you can pick up a 4wd vehicle and travel the island at your own pace, enjoy the scenic views and magical experiences only Fraser Island can offer.

Fraser Island Tours

If you would prefer to relax and let someone else do the driving, you can go on a Fraser Island tour.

1 day tour – https://indefiniteleave.experienceoz.com.au/en/fraser-island/fraser-island-tours-from-rainbow-beach/fraser-island-1-day-tour

2 day tour staying at Eurong Beach Resort – https://indefiniteleave.experienceoz.com.au/en/fraser-island/two-day-fraser-island-camping-tour/two-day-fraser-island-beach-resort-tour

3 day Fraser Island tour staying in a private campsite – https://indefiniteleave.experienceoz.com.au/en/fraser-island/dingos-fraser-island-4wd-tours/3-day-tag-along-fraser-island-4wd-tour

What about sailing Fraser Island on a yacht?

Blue Dolphin Tours offer an Eco Adventure Sailing tour of Fraser Island. This half day tour takes you to the majestic waters of Pelican Bay and you sail through waters frequented by large pods of dolphins. Cruises depart from the Great Sandy Straights Marina in Hervey Bay.

Indian Head
Indian Head

 

Driving on Fraser Island

Lowering your tyre pressure provides greater traction when driving in soft sand. Consider a number of factors before doing this including:

  • the weight of your vehicle
  • type of tyres
  • height of your vehicle
  • where you plan to go on the island
  • beach conditions

Before hitting the sand look to drop your tyres to approximately 18psi. This is really important and will greatly assist in ensuring you don’t get bogged.

If you travel through really soft sand along the  tracks you may need to reduce your tyre pressure to around 15psi however in most conditions around 18psi is safe and will get you everywhere around the island you want to go.

Try to drive 2-3 hours either side of low tide wherever possible. This will make driving easier and give you better fuel economy.

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Essential to the Ultimate Guide to exploring Fraser Island is Recovery Gear

Recovery Gear is Essential on Fraser Island

Recovery gear is an essential part of your visit to the island. Tow Straps are essential and ideally a winch is a great option, just know how to use it safely.

Your best gear will be recovery tracks which can also be used as a shovel but bring one along with you anyway. We have 2 fold up shovels that got a workout a couple of times as we helped others out of their position.

Recovery Tracks

There’s 3 options for recovery tracks. The important thing to note here is the length of the recovery track and I would recommend not to buy ones less than 1 metre. Mine are 1070mm long.

I bought cheap generic recovery tracks for $89 a pair and have used them twice and they worked perfectly. We found these exact same ones as ours a little cheaper.

TRED Recovery tracks are also very popular and are priced at a mid range value of usually $199 for a pair. We found these ones a bit lower in price for you.

Max Trax are Australian made and considered the best and most robust but are usually priced around $299 for a pair. We found these with a massive saving on their normal retail price.

Be prepared in case you get bogged or if things do go wrong. The beaches and tracks put increased stress on your vehicle and if you forget to account for tides you can find yourself in trouble. The good news is someone is almost always around to help.

There are no roads on Fraser Island, you will drive on beaches and sand tracks. You will share the tracks with lots of other 4wds, tour convoys and buses.

The tour drivers are often on time limits and are always in a hurry. They are unlikely to assist you and will look to do what they feel necessary to make their way through to meet their schedules.

Other drivers who are bogged or broken down can block the island tracks. It is important to remain patient, assist where you can and remain safe in these circumstances.

5 Essentials – 4WD Accessories

  1. 4WD Recovery Tracks will get you out of most situations, especially in sand. We bought a pair of these generic branded tracks that have worked well whilst other brands include the Australian made TRED or the Australian Designed and made MAXTRAX 4wd Recovery Tracks.
  2. For our 4WD we went with this EDECOA 1500 3000w Pure Sine Wave Inverter which has been excellent value and works great.
  3. I’m a massive fan of my Victron IP65 15a Battery Charger. I use it often to give batteries a boost and it really is an essential part of my tool kit.
  4. When camping my Kings 200w Solar Blanket gets a lot of use and works really well. Only downside is it doesn’t work with Lithium batteries.
  5. Brass Tyre Deflators are a fast and easy way to lower your tyre pressure to your desired level. Perfect for when you are hitting the beach.
Washouts on the beach
Beach washout

 

Washouts

Be careful of washout when driving the beaches. These are inland creeks of fresh water that make their way to the ocean causing drop-offs of varying heights. If you hit one of these at high speed you can do significant damage to your vehicle.

Cost of Fuel on Fraser Island

Fuel costs are $2.40 for Diesel at Orchid Beach and $2.34 and $2.36 for Petrol.

At Happy Valley, Diesel is also $2.35 per Litre, Petrol is $2.25 per Litre. These prices can vary and Happy Valley is now at $2.50 per Litre.

The cost to get to Fraser Island

Manta Ray Barge

Cost for the ferry on the Manta Ray Barge from Inskip Point is $130 return for a standard 4wd or $200 return for a 4wd with a trailer. It is an easy 15 minute trip.

You can pay on the barge or in town at Rainbow Beach at the office located 66 Rainbow Beach Rd, Rainbow Beach or call them on 07 5486 3935.

The Manta Ray Barge operates from 6am to 5.15pm daily. You do not need to make a booking.

NB: Please contact the barge and confirm barge times as they are running limited trips at the moment.

Manta Ray Barge
Manta Ray Barge Inskip Point

 

Fraser Island Barges

The Fraser Island Ferry from River Head at Hervey Bay to Fraser Island takes you to the Kingfisher Bay Resort. For a standard 4WD, the cost is $180 which includes the driver and there is an extra $5 for a second passenger. The barge leaves 5 times a day to Kingfisher Bay Resort.

The Fraser Venture Barge is operated by the same Company and takes you to Wanggoolba. This service operates 3 times a day.

Bookings are essential for these barges. You can collect your tickets from the ticket hut beside the ferry ramp before boarding.

To Wanggoolba the trip is 30 minutes and to Kingfisher Bay Resort it is 45 minutes. On the barge to the resort you will be required to leave your vehicle and sit upstairs so air down your tyres straight away and pump your tyres up prior to getting on the barge.

You will be expected to arrive 45 minutes before departure giving you plenty of time to attend to the tyres.

Fraser Island Vehicle Permit

A Vehicle permit is also required and can be organised online

The cost is $52.75 for 1 month or an annual permit is $265.30.

Fraser Island Ferry
Fraser Island Ferry

 

Planning your Trip to Fraser Island

Use both BOM and Willy Weather to plan your trip before you come, especially looking at Sun, Rain, Wind and Tides. Also take note of moon and tides. A full moon means higher tides and therefore greater difficulty driving at high tide.

Plan where you want to be on the island around the wind direction. The ocean beach is perfect for SW and Westerly winds but head to the calm side during strong SE and Easterly winds.

The ocean beach can be a mess in strong winds however the western side of the island will have tranquil calm waters.

Look at all the places you want to visit while you are on the island and make a plan on what you want to see and how long it will take to do it. There is so much to do and exciting things to see.

Read more on what there is to see and do on Fraser Island: Everything to See and Do on Fraser Island

Purchase a Hema Map which are brilliantly detailed with all the tracks and features of the island.

Fraser Island Dingoes

The Fraser Island Dingoes are considered the most pure Dingo in Australia. Given their isolation now since 1981 from pets of the mainland these dingoes have not cross bred for several decades.

This beautiful and very elegant animal is also cunning, incredibly smart and naturally shy.

They are also a wild animal with incredible hunting instincts, are predatory by nature and opportunist hunters. These guys should always be treated with caution and utmost respect.

Dingoes are similar to Greyhounds in that they have a natural lean disposition. They travel up to 40kms a day in soft sand all around the island.

Our Ultimate Guide to Exploring Fraser Island
The Ultimate Guide to Exploring Fraser Island is to be Dingo Aware

 

Food Sources for Dingoes on Fraser Island

Reports that they are starving and the island has no food for them are totally false. The Fraser Island Dingoes will roam the beaches looking for whales, turtles, fish or any other marine life washed up onto the beach.

Read about the Dingoes diet: http://theconversation.com/from-whales-to-insects-the-fraser-island-dingo-diet-is-a-dogs-breakfast-58578

They will herd swamp wallabies into the ocean until they die from exhaustion or fear. They eat rodents, bandicoots, insects and all sorts of other food sources for them here on the island.

Dingoes learn to fish. They will go into the water and catch fish themselves with their powerful jaws.

Of course, they will look for the easy option too. Humans have been a source of scraps and leftovers, unmanned fish catches and those that purposely feed them.

Feeding of Dingoes is Prohibited

Do not under any circumstances ever feed a dingo. This means either intentionally or unintentionally. Leaving food or scraps about or fish caught that become accessible to a Dingo can see you face heavy fines.

Most Dingoes on the island are calm and fear humans more than we do of them however they are wild and unpredictable animals and should always be treated with a lot of caution.

Most Fraser Island Dingoes are tagged. Some have a tracking collar. The large black collar is a monitor to track Dingoes that are known to be too often visiting popular campsites on the island or have possibly shown aggression.

Therefore they are closely regulated to ensure visitor safety and to protect the Dingo.

Our Ultimate Guide to Exploring Fraser Island
Dingo Family

 

Important Dingo Rules to Follow

When visiting the island:

  • Don’t run. Running will excite a dingo.
  • Monitor small children at ALL times
  • Never feed a dingo
  • Do not interact with a dingo
  • Keep a safe distance
  • Carry a stick with you when walking
  • If Camping with children, look to stay in one of the fenced campgrounds
  • Walk in groups
  • If faced with an aggressive Dingo, stand tall and maintain eye contact. Stand back to back with another person and wait for assistance.

Phone Coverage on Fraser Island

Phone coverage is hit and miss all over the island. Close to the island townships of Orchid Beach, Happy Valley and Eurong for example you can get coverage and also the western beaches facing Hervey Bay. Other areas it can be very limited or none at all.

Telstra will provide you the best coverage. Vodafone and Optus receive reception on the western part of the island facing Hervey Bay but is very limited elsewhere.

A UHF is great for communicating with your mates you may be traveling with and might help in an emergency. The island is fairly busy though so if you have trouble it shouldn’t be too hard to find assistance.

Camping by moonlight
Moonlight Camping on Fraser Island

 

Camping and Accommodation on Fraser Island

Camping

Fraser Island is the perfect location for camping. There are numerous open camping spaces all along the ocean beachfront as well as the calm side on the western beaches.

There are 4 dingo proof fenced camping areas on Fraser Island located at Central Station, Dundubara, Lake Boomanjin and Waddy Point. Each of the campgrounds have coin operated hot showers and flushing toilets except Lake Boomanjin.

Several dump points are available around the island.

Read more: Tent Camping on Fraser and Moreton Island

Waste Disposal

Public bins are available, please ALWAYS dispose of your own rubbish here and never leave it around the island.

Also keep the waste station areas clean and close the lids. Dingoes wander the island and will get into anything they can access.

Caravan on Fraser Island
Caravan on Fraser Island

Camper Trailers and even Caravans make it to Fraser Island. This is best planned around Low Tide to ensure you are traveling without having to drive across soft sand.

A Camp site south of Indian Head would be most ideal when towing a Camper Trailer and a must with a Caravan.

Cost to camp on Fraser Island is $6.60 per person per night. You can book online at https://parks.des.qld.gov.au/parks/fraser/camping.html.

Camping on Fraser Island is fantastic and a great way to enjoy your stay

Accommodation

Short term rental apartments are available around the island with Kingfisher Resort and Eurong being very popular.

Fraser Beachfront Holidays at Poyungan Rocks on Fraser Island is ideal for gathering 2 or 3 families or a group of fishing mates and staying for 4 days or more.

It provides excellent holiday accommodation with 3 beachfront houses with spectacular views. It is centrally located and easy to access many of the islands best hot spots and the fishing is great within walking distance.

Fraser Beachfront Holidays
Fraser Beachfront Holidays

 

Can I Buy Groceries and Supplies on the Island?

Yes, there are 5 locations on the island where you can buy limited groceries, alcohol and necessities. These are located at Kingfisher Bay Resort, Eurong Beach Resort, Happy Valley General Store, Cathedrals on Fraser Shop and Orchid Beach Trading Post and Driftwood Bar.

Be aware you will pay island prices for your items so try to bring everything you need with you.

Is there Takeaway Food and Restaurants?

Yes there are a few places. There is a Bakery & Coffee shop and a Convenience store in Eurong. The McKenzie’s on 75 restaurant is at the Eurong Resort.

The Satinay Bar & Bistro is located at Happy Valley offering lunch and dinner options and there is coffee and takeaway food available during the day too.

Cathedrals on Fraser provides a café with Fish and Chips and has a hot breakfast and lunch menu.

Orchid Beach Trading Post and Driftwood Bar has some takeaway options available.

The Kingfisher Bay Resort provides Bars, Restaurants and Cafés available for guests and visitors.

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Best time of year to visit Fraser Island

Fraser Island is magnificent and popular all year round.

During the warmer months of November to March swimming in the lakes and creeks is fantastic. Families and travelers enjoy the hot days with cooler nights due to the sea breezes.

From January to March it is advisable to be aware of Midges and March flies which are prevalent and bring antihistamines and suitable repellents.

Learn more about them here – https://indefiniteleave.com.au/winning-war-against-midges-sand-flies/

Deadly Irukandji Jellyfish are also known to be active during this time. Be aware when swimming from the beaches on the calm (western) side of the island where stings happen each year.

Storms and wild weather can also be normal during the summer months between December to April.

From June to September it is peak fishing season and very busy on the island. Tailor make their way up the coast to spawn along the beaches. Hundreds of fishermen visit Fraser Island to catch Tailor and enjoy the cooler months to explore the island.

During August & September all fishing is closed between 400m south of Indian Head to 400m north of Waddy Point to allow the Tailor to spawn.

School Holidays and long weekends are very busy on Fraser Island. These are peak times on Fraser with visitors travelling long distances to come and enjoy the island.

It’s always a perfect time on Fraser Island!!

Our Ultimate Guide to Exploring Fraser Island

Safety

An important feature in our Ultimate Guide to Exploring Fraser Island is safety!

All normal road rules apply including speed limits and drink driving. Only ride within the vehicle and wear a seat belt at all times.

Police patrol the beaches and do use speed cameras and they do breath test drivers.

Don’t drink and drive and ensure you keep to the speed limits and drive to conditions.

On the western beaches there can be places where the sand is very soft and becomes like quick sand. The beaches of Platypus Bay are closed from beach driving primarily for this reason.

Remember, in Australia keep to the left, even on the beaches.

Speed Limits

The speed limit is max 80km/hr on the beach but the speed drops to 40km/hr in areas where a lot of people gather. For example, Eli Creek and the S.S. Maheno wreck and also around townships such as Eurong, Happy Valley to name just a couple.

The speed limit on the inland tracks is limited to 30km/hr.

Washouts are all along the beaches. These are where inland rivers, creeks and streams meet the ocean and can be extremely dangerous when driving the beaches. Also loose soft sand, washed up logs or tree branches, sand hills and dips can all prove hazardous.

It’s easy to want to let you hair down and go wild on Fraser and that’s fair enough. Just ensure you remain safe while doing so and respect other visitors of the island.

Eli Creek is always full of visitors
Eli Creek

 

Swimming Safety

The ocean beaches are not monitored by lifesavers and there are strong rips all along the coastline. My recommendation if you really want a swim at the beach is to find a nice protected gutter at low tide and cool off within it.

Sharks are prolific on Fraser Island and come in close to shore in the shallows however there have been no fatal shark attacks on Fraser.

Lake McKenzie, Champagne Pools and Eli Creek are very popular places to swim on the island and are all generally very safe.

Our tips to enjoying Fraser Island

  • Bring your repellents.
  • Don’t forget to slip, slop and slap. Put on sunscreen and a hat and don’t forget to wear a shirt. Australia has the highest rate of skin cancer in the world so protection from the sun is a sensible approach.
  • While here, pick up debris and rubbish, especially plastic from the beaches and place them in the back of your vehicle until you can dispose of it at the bins at the waste stations available.
The Ultimate Guide to Exploring Fraser Island
Western beaches of Fraser Island
  • Bring Jerry cans of fuel with you, it’s expensive on the island.
  • Ensure you bring coins if camping to use for the hot showers
  • Take a tide chart with you and closely monitor tides during your stay
  • If you plan to have a fire in designated areas bring your own firewood with you.

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Enjoy this magnificent and unique location, have lots of fun and catch plenty of fish.

There it is – Our Ultimate Guide to Exploring Fraser Island! Let us know if there is anything we have missed!

Safe travels

Kev & Adele
Indefinite Leave

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Life is no dress rehearsal – we all only have one life!

It’s been a long time since we packed up our home to leave our stresses behind and start an adventure that has been so amazing. We had no idea just how much we were going to love our new life.

We had worked so hard for so many years. 7 days a week, year after year, decade after decade.

With each success came catastrophic failure. From financially crippled at 32yo to massive financial loss at 48yo.

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Adele and I were burnt out. Emotionally drained, totally cooked.

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We needed to find our purpose in life.

Our son Matt was looking for personal change, chasing a new life, embarking on finding new friends. He came too and he had no idea just how much the adventures were going to change his life forever.

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MACKS our Golden Retriever must have sensed what was happening and at 14 she found a whole new lease of life. She swam her way right around the country and enjoyed every day of her travels.

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Our travel mates picked us up, hugged us and supported us. These guys are now family.

We had a dream to explore our country and we never want to stop.

You can do this too.

If we can do it anyone can.

Break the chains, be free, find the real you.

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  3. For the best Full Day Island tour in Cairns we recommend the Fitzroy Island tour
  4. The Humpback Whale Swim in Exmouth remains one of our ultimate highlights of our time around Australia. We highly recommend doing this tour
  5. If you are on the East Coast, you can swim with Humpback Whales on the Sunshine Coast. The tour leaves from Mooloolaba
  6. Swimming with Whale Sharks at Exmouth is also extremely popular and a great day out with the team from Eco Adventures on Lattitude 22
  7. One of Queensland’s most under-rated beach destinations is north of Noosa on the Sunshine Coast. It is only accessible by 4WD or a tour. The Double Island Point and Rainbow Beach 1 Day tour is a great value day out to see some pristine beaches and local history
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Go on an adventure that will change you. Find new friends you will want to be mates with for the rest of your life.

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Climb mountains, walk through Gorges, explore National Parks, stroll along extraordinary beaches, all one at a time.

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We are Adele & Kevin, an Aussie couple from Brisbane in Queensland Australia who have embraced our adventurous spirit and ventured out to explore the world around us. We had spent so much time overseas we decided it was time to see our own truly amazing country and we needed to take some time to see everything it has to offer.

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Canon 800d – https://ebay.to/2XQYnsk – the latest DSLR Canon 24mp camera, buy here to save.

Lenses

Canon 50mm lens – https://ebay.to/2yQwPed  This is the lens I use the least, ideal for still, close up shots.
Canon 24-105mm lenshttps://ebay.to/3eCueUo This is my all round, everyday use, zoom lens. Amazing quality, great price.
Canon 70-300mm lens – https://ebay.to/2XlOZ0I – I use this one a lot for long range shots.
Sigma 10-20mm lenshttps://ebay.to/2TWt0vA  – My wide angle lens for all my inside photos & video plus lots more, love this lens.

Our Go Pro 7 Hero Black – https://ebay.to/38wMc7V  –  is an awesome piece of equipment. I use this for all underwater, action video and some general use. Buy here brand new and great value.

Mavic Pro Platinum Drone – https://ebay.to/2ARPxTo  This is an absolute ripper of a drone. The Fly More Combo will provide you with everything you will need. I use this for all my aerial footage and this price is well below other retail stores.

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How to Save Money on Fuel

One of your biggest expenses when travelling Australia is always going to be fuel so any tips on how to save money on fuel will be valuable.

Along with Food and Accommodation it’s going to be in your Top 3 costs when travelling the country.

It’s a big country too, with so much to see and sometimes long distances in between, to arrive at your next destination.

How to save money on fuel when travelling
Barrow Creek Roadhouse

Up Mountains, across tracks and over sand, it all takes up more fuel.

We’ve been around the Country, up and down and right across and have found some ways which we have been able to save fuel.

Here’s How to Save Money on Fuel when Travelling Australia:

Let’s see if any of these tips can help you reduce your costs when travelling Australia.

Use Fuel Map App to check on how to save money on fuel

Using a Fuel App is a great way to Save Money on Fuel

There’s a number of fuel apps now to help direct you to the closest fuel station at the lowest price.

They are only as good as us as users to update these apps but for the most part they are an excellent source to find the cheapest priced fuel near you.

I like Fuel Map Australia. It’s Free and is my preferred app that I use all the time.

Petrol Spy and MotorMouth are two other popular apps and there are others also. The NSW Government released their own app called NSW FuelCheck.

Threeways - How to Save Money on Fuel
Threeways Roadhouse NT

GasBuddy is considered the most accurate in Victoria.

Whichever Fuel App you use, they are a great way of buying cheaper fuel when travelling.

Discount Fuel Cards

Woolworths and Coles are the obvious options here rewarding you with 4c a Litre off every time you spend $30 or more in their store.  Use your Rewards Card when you fill up with fuel at a Coles Express or Woolworths Petrol Station and receive the discount off your fuel.

We never go to Coles Express any more, we now find their fuel over priced.

Our preferred fuel at the moment is Woolworths. However Puma provides us 4c a Litre off as well just for being members with RACQ. We find Woolworths compete on bowser price and then with the discount it can be significant savings in the cost of the fuel.

Check with your Royal Automobile Club membership what discounts they have associations with.

Costco have great fuel prices however if you’re travelling it is of no real benefit. There’s an annual fee to join and very few stores around the country.

How to save money on fuel - Fill up at the United Whycliff Well
United Whycliff Well

United Fuel

A brand that we found were mostly available right across Australia and had the best value, we found was United.

They were consistently lower in price than any others in most regions we travelled.

United Fuel is the former Esso brand which changed name back in 1993.

In some areas, specifically NSW we found Metro Petroleum was often quite cheap.

Carry Jerry Cans help you save on fuel
Sceptor Jerry can

Utilise Jerry Cans

We carried fuel drums with us as we travelled. If the opportunity arose, we would use our drums to store great value fuel.

When we came across fuel that was significantly cheaper then “normal” price for the area we would fill up and fill our Sceptor Jerry cans too.

Along the Stuart Highway just south of Devils Marbles was a tiny town of Wycliffe Well. The fuel station at the time was exceptionally cheap in a region of typically high priced fuel so we ensured we topped up as much as we could.

Hughenden in Qld was another where we found a self serve fuel station with cheap fuel and there have been many others during our time on the road.

Read about our: 47 Caravan Motorhome RV & Camping Accessories

How to save money on fuel on Fraser Island
Diesel price on Fraser Island

Going to islands such as Fraser Island where fuel is $2.30 – 2.45 a litre, Moreton Island which is $3 a litre or Kangaroo Island where it is approx 30c above mainland prices is expensive! These are certainly times you will want your Jerry cans full and with you to save money on fuel costs.

Turn off your air con and wind down the window when driving at lower speeds

Whenever I am driving below 70kmh I prefer to wind down the window.

I’ve always done it as I prefer the fresh air and better power. When I’m driving around 80kmh it is too noisy and less pleasant so I put the window up and use the air conditioner.

Who knew it was actually proven to be better for fuel consumption with what I was doing.

Any tips on how to save money on fuel when traveling are valuable

It turns out that at higher speeds aerodynamic drag from the windows being down negatively effects your fuel consumption.

At speeds below 80kmh it is better for fuel economy to have your windows down than it is to use your air conditioner. Over 80kmh it is better to use your air conditioner and close your windows.

5 Essentials – 4WD Accessories

  1. 4WD Recovery Tracks will get you out of most situations, especially in sand. We bought a pair of these generic branded tracks that have worked well whilst other brands include the Australian made TRED or the Australian Designed and made MAXTRAX 4wd Recovery Tracks.
  2. For our 4WD we went with this EDECOA 1500 3000w Pure Sine Wave Inverter which has been excellent value and works great.
  3. I’m a massive fan of my Victron IP65 15a Battery Charger. I use it often to give batteries a boost and it really is an essential part of my tool kit.
  4. When camping my Kings 200w Solar Blanket gets a lot of use and works really well. Only downside is it doesn’t work with Lithium batteries.
  5. Brass Tyre Deflators are a fast and easy way to lower your tyre pressure to your desired level. Perfect for when you are hitting the beach.

Check your Tyres Often Helps Save Money on Fuel

There are obvious benefits to regularly checking your tyres.

Checking there is no significant wear on your tyres will ensure your safety and reduce the likelihood of a blowout. However also checking tyre pressures will save you money on fuel.

Always maintaining the correct tyre pressure for your tyres and vehicle will provide better fuel economy.

Barkly Homestead

Fuel saving methods for your tow vehicle

Limiting Weight

The more we take with us the more fuel we will use.

We constantly review everything we carry in our Motorhome and cull what we aren’t using. This should be every travellers constant review of their travel rig.

Our goal is to always be limiting our weight to only what it needs to be.

When towing a van with your 4WD you have a lot more to consider when it comes to correct weights but the same principles still apply, the lighter you are the less fuel you will consume.

Wind Resistance

Consider the affects of protruding items such as kayaks, bicycles, surf boards and boats with regard to wind resistance and the potential extra fuel costs.

How to Save Money on Fuel

A wind deflector on your 4WD if you are towing a full size Caravan may provide a significant benefit. They may look a bit odd but the savings are genuine. A deflector will provide better performance when over taking or climbing hills.

When towing it is wise not to use cruise control. Your vehicle will accelerate hard to maintain the set speed especially in head winds or hill rises and therefore use more fuel.

It is recommended that you don’t use cruise control when towing.

Reduce Weight in your Caravan

Once again, correct weights in your Caravan are vital with towing and you will therefore be governed by weight distribution around how you travel with water in your tanks and other matters regarding what you carry.

It still stands to reason though the more you have in your Caravan the greater your weight, the heavier you are and the more fuel you will use.

When we leave our camp for a new destination we will assess how much water and fuel we are carrying and where possible leave it until we arrive at our next stop before filling up.

Fuelling up the motorhome

Not Leaving your Vehicle Idling Saves Money on Fuel

It’s best to turn off your engine when stopped even for short periods.

When starting your engine it uses about the same amount of fuel as it would if it was idling for 30 seconds.

If you need to pull over to answer your phone or if you have situations like me where Adele says she’s just running into the shops and will be super fast which turns out to be 20 minutes, it’s best to turn off the engine to save on fuel.

Our friends we travelled with lamented to us more than once about the Caravan owners next to them waking them up early in the morning with their engine running as they hooked up the Van to leave.

This seems to be common where vehicle engines are left running for a period of time during the hooking up and finalising pack up before leaving camp.

How to Save Money on Fuel when travelling

There used to be a time where Diesel engines were best warmed up before driving however with new technology that’s no longer necessary for any longer then 15-30 seconds if at all.

Leaving the engine running for longer then 30 seconds simply uses more fuel, it’s best to turn your engine off.

It goes without saying not to do this in normal driving situations. When stopped at lights, railway crossing or similar do not turn off your vehicle engine.

You don’t need to buy Premium Fuels unless your Vehicle Manual suggests you should

This RACV article discusses the issue.

Grades of Petrol and Diesel

There are so many options for Petrol now with E10, 91, 95 and 98. The numbers represent the level of Octane with 95 and 98 considered Premium fuel.

There is no need to use a Premium fuel if it isn’t required, 91 will perform appropriately.

Do some research of the use of E10 for your vehicle before using it.

Mystery Bay in NSW

How to Save Money on Fuel by Maintaining a Consistent Speed

As previously discussed, if you are towing it’s best not to use Cruise Control however when not towing it can help ensure you maintain a constant speed and therefore reduce fuel consumption.

This is especially the case on generally flat highway conditions where you may have no stops, can maintain a constant speed with few significant inclines

You could Slow Down your Travelling

By staying in one place longer and not moving as often you will reduce fuel costs.

Bathurst
Bathurst Pole Position

However for most travellers on their Big Lap of Oz they have a limited time of just 1-2 years and it’s a huge country with heaps to see and do.

That means for most people, stopping for lengthy periods in one place just for fuel economy isn’t really an option.

If you do have the opportunity to travel slowly and stop for extended periods this can certainly improve the amount of fuel you use while travelling.

Drive a Diesel rather than Petrol

Diesel engines use up to a third less fuel than Petrol.

That is a massive saving however it should also be compared to potential higher fuel cost at the pump and higher cost for the vehicle where Diesel engines are generally more expensive than Petrol.

Buying second hand vehicles can potentially negate this issue.

How to save money on Fuel - Filling up on the Nullabor
Filling up on the Nullarbor

There’s a lot of advice around driving Diesel or Petrol vehicles. Carsguide for instance states “If you’re going to be towing a boat or caravan regularly, it’s a no brainer because a Diesel will do it better and use far less fuel at the same time”

All research will tell you a Diesel will perform over the long term more economically than Petrol when asked to perform for long periods under varying conditions.

The bowser price for Diesel also tends to be consistent rather than the continual fluctuations of Petrol prices which helps for budgeting and targeting the best price.

More Expensive Fuel does not Necessarily Mean Longer kms and Therefore Greater Economy

Trying to test this is always challenging because you don’t drive the exact same conditions each tank of fuel.

Weights, highway to city driving, uphill, offroad and a range of other factors will always differ each time we drive. Therefore potentially it will affect the fuel economy with each tank of fuel we use.

Fuel is one of the top 3 expenses when travelling

However I did recently do a test using BP Diesel, the fuel long regarded as the best for longer distance, compared to Woolworths where it was approximately 7c cheaper.

BP didn’t provide any greater distance from the tank of fuel but the saving of 7c a litre or more with Woolworths is obvious.

I am still recording my fuel and will finalise my thoughts on this in the near future however I found no benefit from using BP over any other brand.

Keeping control over your fuel costs will help you maintain your budget when travelling.

Use the savings to see more of our amazing Country!

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Safe travels

Kev & Adele
Indefinite Leave

We are Adele & Kevin, an Aussie couple from Brisbane in Queensland Australia who have embraced our adventurous spirit and ventured out to explore the world around us. We had spent so much time overseas we decided it was time to see our own truly amazing country and we needed to take some time to see everything it has to offer.

Our Aim is to inspire others to travel and help design the greatest adventure they can experience.

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Photography and Socials

Our camera equipment we use for all our photos and videos are:

Samsung Note 10 Plus Phone – https://ebay.to/2XOjXhi – Most of our photos are simply from our phones. The Samsung phone cameras are pretty insane. Our phones have 512gb storage in ours but the 256gb in this one is heaps. We have sourced this one which is approx $500 less than we paid for ours.

Canon 800d – https://ebay.to/2XQYnsk – the latest DSLR Canon 24mp camera, buy here to save.

Lenses

Canon 50mm lens – https://ebay.to/2yQwPed  This is the lens I use the least, ideal for still, close up shots.
Canon 24-105mm lenshttps://ebay.to/3eCueUo This is my all round, everyday use, zoom lens. Amazing quality, great price.
Canon 70-300mm lens – https://ebay.to/2XlOZ0I – I use this one a lot for long range shots.
Sigma 10-20mm lenshttps://ebay.to/2TWt0vA  – My wide angle lens for all my inside photos & video plus lots more, love this lens.

Our Go Pro 7 Hero Black – https://ebay.to/38wMc7V  –  is an awesome piece of equipment. I use this for all underwater, action video and some general use. Buy here brand new and great value.

Mavic Pro Platinum Drone – https://ebay.to/2ARPxTo  This is an absolute ripper of a drone. The Fly More Combo will provide you with everything you will need. I use this for all my aerial footage and this price is well below other retail stores.

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Feeding the Dolphins at Barnacles Cafe Tin Can Bay

There are a few places around Australia where you can enjoy the experience of an organised feeding of wild dolphins but by far our favourite was feeding the dolphins at Barnacles Cafe in Tin Can Bay Queensland.

Dolphin Feeding at Barnacles Cafe Tin Can Bay

Feeding the Dolphins at Barnacles Cafe is a close up Dolphin Feeding experience without the big crowds.  Everyone that wants to feed a dolphin can and it’s as little as $10.

There are 9 dolphins that visit and they have been named Mystique, Patch, Ella, Squirt, Harmony, Aussie, Valentine, Chompy and White Fin.

Kev's Mum feeding the dolphins at Barnacles Cafe
Mum feeding a dolphin

There’s no telling how many will come in each day or if any at all will visit but each time we have been there’s been a couple of dolphins come in.

Parking for Dolphin Feeding at Barnacles Cafe

It’s important not to park in boat trailer bays or you may receive a fine. The carpark in front of Barnacles Cafe is designated for fishermen and their vehicle and trailer.

There is allocated parking at the rear of the carpark behind the swimming pool and you can easily walk over to Barnacles Cafe from there.

Barnacles Dolphin Feeding Centre & Cafe
Dolphins swimming among the volunteers
Tin Can Bay Dolphins

How far is Tin Can Bay from Rainbow Beach?

Barnacles Dolphin Centre at Tin Can Bay is just over 30kms from Rainbow Beach in South East Queensland.

This particular morning we had a bit of a wait before any dolphins came in. It was around 8.30am before the first Dolphin arrived.

Volunteers from Barnacles Dolphin Feeding Centre & Cafe in the water with the dolphins
Wild humpback dolphins at Tin Can Bay
Dolphins at Tin Can Bay

Mystique was first in from the wild and hung around during viewing time and only later was joined by 3 other dolphins including Ella and her 15 month old calf Joe.

Baby Joe is not able to be fed any fish until he is 2.5 years old. Mum Ella is very protective of her calf Joe at this stage and they were inseparable the entire time.

We were fortunate to end up seeing 4 wild humpback dolphins at feeding time during our visit.

Barnacles Dolphin Feeding Centre

First time Dolphin Feeding Experience for Kev’s Mum

We have been to the Barnacles Cafe and Dolphin Centre to feed the dolphins several times, once taking Kev’s Mum with us who was quite reluctant about getting in to the water.

Afterwards she was so thrilled at having done the experience and it was so great to give Mum a new achievement at her age.

Mum is not used to being barefoot in the water these days so the lovely lady volunteers were kind enough to help her while we took some photos of her experience!

Volunteers get to know the dolphins quite well and vice versa, the dolphins get quite familiar and comfortable with the volunteers.

 7 Essentials – Tours to Experience

  1. Reefsleep in the Whitsundays is an amazing adventure. Spend the night on a pontoon sleeping in a swag on Hardy’s Reef in the Great Barrier Reef
  2. The Ocean Rafting tour from Airlie Beach is a truly fun day out. They took us to the best snorkeling places and the entire day was amazing
  3. For the best Full Day Island tour in Cairns we recommend the Fitzroy Island tour
  4. The Humpback Whale Swim in Exmouth remains one of our ultimate highlights of our time around Australia. We highly recommend doing this tour
  5. If you are on the East Coast, you can swim with Humpback Whales on the Sunshine Coast. The tour leaves from Mooloolaba
  6. Swimming with Whale Sharks at Exmouth is also extremely popular and a great day out with the team from Eco Adventures on Lattitude 22
  7. One of Queensland’s most under-rated beach destinations is north of Noosa on the Sunshine Coast. It is only accessible by 4WD or a tour. The Double Island Point and Rainbow Beach 1 Day tour is a great value day out to see some pristine beaches and local history
The start of the dolphin feeding
At Barnacles -Adele feeding a dolphin
Adele enjoying feeding the dolphins at Barnacles Cafe Tin Can Bay

There is no touching the Dolphins, not even the volunteers have any physical involvement with them.

What time is the Dolphin Feeding?

The Barnacles Dolphin Centre opens at 7am with viewing time between 7.00am and 8am, and then feeding from 8am.

Barnacles Dolphin Centre & Cafe is also where you can have brekkie before or after feeding the dolphins.

Be sure to arrive early to purchase dolphin feeding tickets and get the opportunity to go in the water for viewing time between 7am and 8am.

One of the wild dolphins at Tin Can Bay
Tin Can Bay dolphin

How much does it cost to feed the dolphins at Barnacles Cafe?

To view the Dolphins the cost is just a $5 entry fee. To participate in feeding the Dolphins at Barnacles Cafe, it cost only another $5. Pensioners are just $7.50

Once the dolphins arrive the staff will organise a line where you can collect a fish to feed a dolphin and then wait in the feeding area for you to have your turn.

Crowds gathering for the dolphin feeding
People watching the dolphins

How to get to Barnacles Dolphin Feeding Centre & Cafe

Follow Tin Can Bay Road through the main town, along the Esplanade all the way to the point where you will arrive at the Tin Can Bay Yacht Club and boat ramp.

From Hervey Bay to Tin Can Bay it is just and hour and 15 minutes drive.

Follow the signs to find a park to the right at the back of the carpark.

Read about: Our Trip from Hervey Bay to Bundaberg

After feeding the dolphins at Barnacles Cafe Tin Can Bay
Tin Can Bay Dolphin Centre

Tin Can Bay Accommodation

There are a couple of places to stay in Tin Can Bay however we usually choose to set up at Rainbow Beach where we stay at the Rainbow Beach Holiday Village.

It can accommodate all visitors whether it’s camping or staying in the cabins, it has great facilities and is very close to shops and the beach.

At the water's edge in Tin Can Bay
Tin Can Bay

Things to do in Tin Can Bay

Fishing and Boating

Tin Can Bay is a beautiful quiet seaside town best known for it’s fishing and boating.

If you don’t have a boat of your own you can hire one from Tin Can Bay Boat Hire.

Tin Can Bay Country Club

The Tin Can Bay Country Club offers an 18 hole Golf Course or play bowls before enjoying a meal and drinks in the restaurant.

Fraser Island

Take a tour to Fraser Island and see the Worlds Largest Sand Island. Leave your car behind and relax as tour guides take you to visit all the highlights of magnificent Fraser Island.

Read more about Fraser Island: Everything to See and Do on Fraser Island

Beautiful Lake McKenzie on Fraser Island
Lake McKenzie on Fraser Island

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Safe travels

Kev & Adele
Indefinite Leave

We are Adele & Kevin, an Aussie couple from Brisbane in Queensland Australia who have embraced our adventurous spirit and ventured out to explore the world around us. We had spent so much time overseas we decided it was time to see our own truly amazing country and we needed to take some time to see everything it has to offer.

Our Aim is to inspire others to travel and help design the greatest adventure they can experience.

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Photography and Socials

Our camera equipment we use for all our photos and videos are:

Samsung Note 10 Plus Phone – https://ebay.to/2XOjXhi – Most of our photos are simply from our phones. The Samsung phone cameras are pretty insane. Our phones have 512gb storage in ours but the 256gb in this one is heaps. We have sourced this one which is approx $500 less than we paid for ours.

Canon 800d – https://ebay.to/2XQYnsk – the latest DSLR Canon 24mp camera, buy here to save.

Lenses

Canon 50mm lens – https://ebay.to/2yQwPed  This is the lens I use the least, ideal for still, close up shots.
Canon 24-105mm lenshttps://ebay.to/3eCueUo This is my all round, everyday use, zoom lens. Amazing quality, great price.
Canon 70-300mm lens – https://ebay.to/2XlOZ0I – I use this one a lot for long range shots.
Sigma 10-20mm lenshttps://ebay.to/2TWt0vA  – My wide angle lens for all my inside photos & video plus lots more, love this lens.

Our Go Pro 7 Hero Black – https://ebay.to/38wMc7V  –  is an awesome piece of equipment. I use this for all underwater, action video and some general use. Buy here brand new and great value.

Mavic Pro Platinum Drone – https://ebay.to/2ARPxTo  This is an absolute ripper of a drone. The Fly More Combo will provide you with everything you will need. I use this for all my aerial footage and this price is well below other retail stores.

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