Elouera Units are located in Eurong Second Valley on World Heritage Listed Fraser Island. Second Valley is a quiet residential area approximately 200m south of Eurong Resort. The entire Valley
and Resort are contained within the electric dingo barrier which is safe for kids and adults. Just a short stroll to the beach or resort for supplies if needed (fuel, food, bakery, restaurant and hotel).
Elouera is in the perfect position to take advantage of access to the southern lakes, Lake McKenzie, Central Station, and north to Eli Creek, the Maheno Wreck, Indian Head, Champagne Pools all
the way up to Sandy Cape Lighthouse. Use your 4WD to explore the hundreds of kilometres of scenic 4WD tracks throughout the Island. Enjoy the local wildlife with a huge variety of birds,
whales, the occasional dingo and exceptional fishing.
Unit 1 sleeps 8, with 1 x QS bed, 1 x Double, 4 x singles and 1 bathroom. The kitchen is full size, complete with crockery, glassware, cutlery, saucepans, fry pans etc. with a full size fridge, gas stove with oven, dining room (seats 8), and a large lounge. Ceiling fans throughout.
The unit is fully screened, has a TV and a very large deck with loads of Outdoor dining furniture and a gas BBQ.
There is a laundry with automatic washing machine for guests to use on sunny days only.
The unit is totally "Off Grid" where we supply our own power, water and sewer. Needless to say there are a few things to be aware of in this regard; eg: No oils, fats or rubbish to be disposed of onsite. No hairdryers, electric fry pans or microwaves that would overload the solar power supply. Generally there are no issues if these rules are adhered to.
You will need to provide your own linen, towels, bath mats, hand towels and tea towels.
Pillows, doonas and extra blankets are supplied.
We provide this accommodation so that many can enjoy the natural and unique beauty of Fraser Island. All we ask, is that you have respect for the property, the island and it's people. Truly one of the most beautiful places on the planet.
The local Butchulla people have 3 laws:
What is good for the land comes first
Do not touch or take anything that doesn't belong to you
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