Sub-tropical Fraser

Sub-tropical Fraser Island has a truly amazing array of natural wonders to explore. Beautiful rainforests, pristine lakes, endless surf beaches, immense sand blows, cliffs of coloured sands, crystal clear streams and vast stretches of mangroves.

In 1992 the world’s largest sand island (120 kilometres long) was listed as a World Heritage site joining the ranks of Uluru, Kakadu and the Great Barrier Reef. Not surprising when you can stroll through the rainforests towering overhead or climb sand tracks to enjoy a swim in the crystal blue waters of Lake McKenzie, one of the largest perched lakes in the world.

Not feeling so energetic? From August – October you can enjoy the annual migration of Whales as they journey from Antarctica for their yearly retreat to the warm waters of Hervey Bay. Fraser Island is a fishermens paradise particularly during the annual Tailor season which runs from July to October.

Mysterious, moody and beautiful. It is the individuality of Fraser Island that makes it an ideal place to observe and photograph the wildlife and the fauna and meander through the forests of the most mysterious feature of the Queensland coastline.

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