I actually had a fantastic time on Fraser Island during a 2 day tour but this
'Eco' resort is as bad as a Fawlty Towers episode.
The rooms need a desperate upgrade. Cold brick walls and tiled floor. Old style pawn shop Tv, 4 channels. Sand in the bed sheets, stains on the towels.
The restaurant tops it though. If you find a more disgusting buffet anywhere I would like to know. Perhaps it explains why the toilets smell like they do. For 2 days they smelt like an open latrine.
That being said, as soon as I can find decent accomodation on the island I'll be sending my parents back to see this magnificent island.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Eurong Beach Resort's absolute beachfront position gives easy access to the vast expanse of Fraser Island's famous Seventy-Five Mile Beach. It's an easy drive up the beach to see the mighty sand blows, coloured sands, fast-flowing Eli Creek spilling into the ocean, the Maheno shipwreck, Indian Head and the Champagne Pools. The resort is also centrally placed to visit the southern lakes, which include McKenzie and Wabby, as well as the rainforests around Pile Valley and Central Station. A bakery supplies hot bread, casual snacks and coffee and there is a well-stocked general store. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Eurong Beach Hotel Fraser Island