Fraser Island Central Station
Central Station was once the centre of the forestry industry when there was logging on Fraser Island, these days this amazing rainforest area houses a display explaining the development of Fraser Island and its various flora and fauna, information centre and picnic area.
Central Station provides of a picnic area with a scenic boardwalk through the rain forest along the banks of the Wanggoolba Creek, and camping facilities. This is a very popular destination as it is the first stop for the day tours arriving at Wanggoolba Creek. The information centre shows some of the history of the island when it was logged, as well as flora, fauna and animals which live on Fraser Island.
Located around Central Station is superb open rain forest and the home to the massive Angiopteris ferns, this species has the largest fern fronds in the world.
Central Station has plantations of a variety of pine tress to which give the camping ground much of its appeal and makes the ideal camping site during the holiday season.
Massive Satinay Trees can be found in the upper catchment area of Wanggoolba Creek amid palms and rainforest. The trees are regarded as one of Fraser Island's biological marvels as the sand they grow in has almost no natural mineral fertility.