- Boat launch
- Swimming (Outdoor)
- Water Sports
Dilli Village has peaceful and relaxing holiday accommodation located on famous World Heritage listed Fraser Island, a beautiful sand island just off the south-east coast of Queensland, Australia.
Dilli Village provides guests with cabin accommodation, bunk accommodation, powered and unpowered camp sites. Dilli Village Fraser Island provides clean amenities blocks with hot and cold showers are provided for guest comfort. Picnic tables, barbeques and shaded areas enable guests to make the most of outdoor dining and entertaining.
Fraser Island Cabins
Dilli Village has 5 cabins, comprising of 2 bedrooms. Cabins have a double bed in one bedroom, with a bunk in the second bedroom. Cabins can sleep up to 4 people and have a toilet, hot and cold showers and kitchenette.
Kitchenettes include crockery, cutlery, a microwave oven, toaster, kettle and a sink for washing up. Linen may be hired. half cabin accommodation with a double bed is also available.
Fraser Island Camping
The Dilli Village campsite is an open area campsite with room for differing tent sizes. It is estimated that the site caters for 100 people camping in the grounds. The campsite has access to male and female amenity blocks, picnic and barbecue areas.
Dilli Village has several picnic tables and chairs arranged throughout the camp ground. These tables are perfect for outdoor barbeques and dining. There is also a dining hall with kitchen facilities including crockery and utensils for 60 guests
The camp ground provides barbeques under shade. A large covered area has been erected near the tent campgrounds.
A freshwater swimming hole is located approximately 25m outside of Dilli Village. The swimming hole is a short walk from any of the Dilli Village accommodation.
Dilli Village has 5 bunkhouses, comprising of 4 rooms each. Each room contains 2 single bed and accommodates 2 people. Linen may be hired.
Dill Village is a favourite for those wanting to spend time fishing on Fraser Island. View some Dilli Village fishing photos in the photo gallery.
Lake McKenzie (sometimes spelt Lake MacKenzie) is one of the Island’s best-known freshwater lakes. It is a refreshing swimming spot and has camping and picnic facilities nearby. The lake is a favoured area by bushwalkers and nature lovers. Lake McKenzie is one of several ’Perched Lakes’ which are found on Fraser Island. These unique lakes are saucer-shaped depressions with a hard, impervious base of organic matter and sand. This shape forms a catchment for the rain, which eventually creates the freshwater lake.
While on Fraser Island, be sure to visit pristine Lake Birrabeen, a short drive from Dilli Village.
Cathedral Beach, Fraser Island The Maheno, the most famous of the Fraser Island wrecks, was driven ashore just north of Happy Valley during a cyclone in 1935.
These are arguably the best sculptured coloured sands on Fraser Island, although the colours are more subdued than the Cathedrals. The size of the cliff faces is a reminder of how large the sand dunes are on the island.
Fraser Island Great Walk
A 100km Great Walk has been developed on Fraser Island allowing visitors to hike from Dilli Village to Lake Garawongera. This is part of the Great Walks of Queensland nature-based tourism initiative. The Fraser Island Great Walk starts at the historic sand miners camp located at Dilli Village and provides a continuous walking track with facilities from Dilli Village north to Happy Valley.
Central Station, originally established as a forestry township, is a beautiful Queensland rainforest area, with a short boardwalk that follows Wanggoolba Creek.