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Fraser Lodge Holiday Park

Hervey Bay, Queensland


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20 Fraser Street, Hervey Bay, 4655
Hervey Bay, Queensland


Latitude: 25° 17' 15" S (-25.287591)
Longitude: 152° 52' 20" E (152.872363)


Approx. 20 kms north of Maryborough take the TORBANLEA exit on the left hand side and follow the signs to HERVEY BAY.

Take the MARYBOROUGH exit off the Bruce Highway and follow the signs to HERVEY BAY.

You will come to a big round-a-bout, turn right at this, this will take you onto Boat Harbour Drive. Travel along Boat Harbour Drive for 5 kms, then turn left into Bideford Street (also the Torquay Beach turnoff), then turn right into Torquay Terrace and left into Fraser Street. Once in Fraser Street, we are 100mtrs further down on the right hand side.

We are located in the suburb of Torquay (please enter Torquay rather than Hervey Bay when using a GPS).

Suggested Itineraries

Gold Coast - Far North Queensland

We're 'headin' north to Australia's Tropics. This itinerary takes you through the Gold Coast, then up north through some of the country's best beaches and most incredible rainforests in the world.

Warrnambool to Cooktown

Looking for a great road trip idea? Why not follow the path of Charlie & Boots! In the film Charlie & Boots, the characters set off on a road trip to go fishing starting in Warrnambool, Vic, following an inland route all the way to Cape York. Inspired by this great Australian film we have put together our own BIG4 road trip, starting as the film does in Warrnambool, Victoria and heading north to Toowoomba where unlike the film we head across to Maroochydore and resume the rest of the trip along the Queensland Coast.

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Fraser Lodge Holiday Park

20 Fraser Street,
Hervey Bay, 4655,

Freecall: 07 4124 9999

Tel: 07 4124 9999

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