Mercure Kingfisher Bay Resort Fraser Island
The resort is situated on the World Heritage-listed Fraser Island and is a rare and beautiful holiday destination, at the start of the Great Barrier Reef.
Country: Australia State: QLD Region: Hervey Bay, Fraser Coast
Address: Mercure Kingfisher Bay Resort Kingfisher Bay QLD 4655 FRASER ISLAND AUSTRALIA
A base for exploration or a quiet getaway with loved ones, discover World Heritage-listed Fraser Island with Mercure Kingfisher Bay Resort. A short 4 hour drive or 1 hour flight from Brisbane transports you to an island nestled perfectly at the start of the Great Barrier Reef. Filled with beautiful untamed natural landscapes, wildlife, rainforest, lakes and endless beaches, this 152 room resort features 3 outdoor pools, 3 restaurants, 5 bars and 6 different types of meeting rooms.
Swimming pool, Tour Desk, Massage / Beauty Centre, Tennis Courts, Bath / Hot Tub, Private beach, Spa bath / Jacuzzi, Excursions, Garden, Beach (Direct Access), Boating, Water Activities, Playground, Salon, Massage, Spa & Wellness Centre, Child Pool, Pool Outdoor
* Room configurations/furniture may vary and images are example only.
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