Immerse yourself in island living
Who travels to a sub-tropical, World Heritage-listed island and doesn’t have a hankering to explore? We don’t expect you to go all 'Survivor' on us, but we’ve crafted some cool activities and tours to tempt you away from the boardroom, hotel room and away from our gorgeous Lake McKenzie-inspired pool.
As one client so eloquently put it…
"There are a multitude of activities, wildlife and crystal-clear mirror lakes that combine to provide the perfect meeting, incentive and conference venue for delegates to get away."
Of course, if you want to flop and drop and enjoy the serenity, well we’re cool with that too.
Ideas to tempt you onto the world’s largest sand island…
Dave D has crafted an orienteering course that Bear Grylls would love to tackle. We do recognise that some people are more ‘Beer’ than ‘Bear’, so we’ve added a variety of skill levels. If man-handling a compass doesn’t tickle your fancy, maybe Archery will?
Dave D and the team from Australian Offroad Academy will have you driving confidently on sand before you know it. This course is great for the fairer sex too.
Whilst we don’t always recommend this for husband and wife teams (for fear of divorce), we can say that navigating our green and gold canoes down Dundonga Creek at high tide can maketh the team. Plus, it’s fun and you never know what animals you’ll spot in the waters below.
Larry B and his Aquavue team are guns on the water and they’ll have you jetskiing like a boss in no time. Not many visitors to the Fraser Coast can say they’ve cruised the western coastline of Fraser and sun-baked on Pelican Bank sandbank, surrounded by turquoise waters.
Forget the paintball bruises of old, these days Skirmish is all about laser technology. Add some spare bushland at the back of the property into the mix and you’ve got a recipe for fun.
You can let out a sigh of relief. We’re not talking limbo (although we can do that if you want); we’re talking about bonding on the low ropes course.
We can help out with a private day tour on Fraser Island, a whale watch cruise to see our holidaying humpbacks, a sunset cruise on the Great Sandy Strait or a Fishing charter. Heck, our Chefs will even cook up your catch. It’s a bit on the nose, but we’ll take you to our poo farm if you want to see our recycling in action.
Forget Gary and George, our Chefs will conduct a bush tucker cooking class and teach you the ropes or build an edible garden before your very eyes.