Fraser Island

Welcome to the Fraser Island, one of Queensland's most sought after holiday destinations. Offering a wide range of accommodation and tours Fraser Island is located approximately three and a half hour drive north of Brisbane and is easily accessible via a barge. Fraser Island also has an abundance of experiences to offer, from Whale Watching in Hervey Bay to World Heritage listed Fraser Island and Lady Elliot Island Resort on the Great Barrier Reef. Hervey Bay is known as the gateway to Fraser Island, together with major regional tourist attractions and it is renowned as a destination for worldwide backpackers. The whale watching industry has grown to a level where approximately 75,000 visitors per annum depart from Hervey Bay on daily basis, from August to Mid November, weather permitting. In total, approximately 600,000 visitors come to Fraser Island each year.

Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world, its breath taking beauty and natural attractions makes it one of the most sought after destinations on the fraser coast for holiday accommodation and tours.

You will enjoy the experience of exploring the rainforest, MAHENO shipwreck, sand dunes, and crystal clear lakes. Fraser Island stretches across 144 km coast line, with an abundant of native animal species and a vast range of plant life.

It is a unique natural environment - Fraser is the largest sand island in the world and the only place on the planet where rainforest grows from sand. Rich Aboriginal heritage and a colourful European history are integral to Fraser Island. This combination makes Fraser Island one of the most rare and mysterious features of Queensland's coastline.

There are a number of lakes on the island each with their own individual character from lakes stained red with tannin to others with pure white sand and crystal clear water. Swimming in these lakes on Fraser Island is a memorable experience.

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