Kingfisher Bay -
Fraser Island



North Easterly Winds

South Easterly Winds

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Sunset drinks at the Jetty Hut

Fishing spot

Historical walks

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Travel time to Kingfisher Bay from Great Sandy Straits Marina is approximately 2 hours

A perfect spot to take the tender for a spin to explore the island further


On your yacht charter around the Great Sandy Strait, you can anchor just in front of the North White Cliffs and score yourself a view of Kingfisher Bay on Fraser Island. Along with some killer views, you’ll also find this is a great spot to drop a line for a bit of fishing action.

If you’re on a bareboat charter, make sure you jump in the tender and head for the beach where you can grab a sunset drink at the Jetty Hut at Kingfisher Bay Resort or head further along and go for a walk to explore the famous McKenzies Jetty.

McKenzies Jetty is full of historical significance, as it was part of the site that was, at one stage, the first and only sawmill on Fraser Island. The jetty is just south of the Kingfisher Bay jetty and provides a great walk and loads of photo opportunities.

The North White Cliffs on Fraser Island is a relatively short sail or motor from the marina in Hervey Bay. This is the perfect start to a journey down the Great Sandy Strait to anchorages such as Ungowa and Gary’s Anchorage.

Aerial of Indigo at Kingfisher Bay, Great Sandy Strait
Jetty, Kingfisher Bay, Fraser Island
Anchorage, Kingfisher Bay, Fraser Island
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