Cathedrals on Fraser is a favourite amongst families, and for good reason. It is the islands only privately owned camping ground and has a variety of accommodation to choose from.
If you want a comfortable stay, you can choose the 3 bedroom cabin with a shared bathroom. But if you are no stranger to roughing it a little, you can get a tent or an unpowered campsite.
All Rooms Included:
- Full kitchen (Unless at campsite)
- Shower (maybe shared)
- Some rooms do not offer a Bathroom!
We all know Fraser Island is a mecca for the keen surf fisherman, and with 75 miles of beach, there is no shortage of private spots to wet a line in.
If you happen to be visiting in the winter months send the family whale watching, while you try to land your own big catch.
Cafe or the beach! :
- Sit in the Sun at our Cafe
- Direct beach access
Things To Do
Wildlife watchers are well catered for, with a plethora of animals, and birds to observe in their natural habitat. Fraser Island is also home to a native population of dingos, that are a protected species.
Spending time with the family is a must, so why not take them on an Island safari? This is something they won’t forget, it is also a great way to see the island.
Of course, you can bring your own 4WD on Fraser Island, so you can do as you please, and see as much or little of the island as you like.
Cathedrals on Fraser prides itself on offering family-friendly campsites, many of our first-time visitors make it a yearly thing now to visit Fraser Island.
Our friendly staff look forward to having you stay with us, and we hope to make your Fraser Island experience the best it could possibly be.
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