Fraser island is a place of exceptional beauty, with its long uninterrupted white beaches flanked by strikingly coloured sand cliffs, and over 100 freshwater lakes, some tea-coloured and others clear and blue all ringed by white sandy beaches, like the stunning Lake McKenzie. Fraser Island is the only place where you can see Ancient rainforests grow to 200 metres high in sand along the banks of fast-flowing, crystal-clear creeks.
Fraser Island’s World Heritage listing ranks it with Australia’s Uluru, Kakadu and the Great Barrier Reef. Fraser Island is a precious part of Australia’s natural and cultural heritage, it is protected for all to appreciate and enjoy.
The Great Sandy Strait, separating Fraser Island from the mainland, is listed by the Convention on Wetlands of International Importance,. The wetlands include: rare patterned ferns; mangrove colonies; sea-grass beds; and up to 40,000 migratory shorebirds. Rare, vulnerable or endangered species include dugongs, turtles, Illidge’s ant-blue butterflies and eastern curlews.
The only way to access Fraser Island is by 4WD, you can go on a day trip, or stay for longer and choose to go native and camp by the beach, enjoy the home comforts of Eurong Beach Resort or indulge in a little eco-luxury at Kingfisher.
- AddressFraser Island
- CategoryBEYOND NOOSA, Explore, Fraser Island, MUST SEE
- LocationBeyond Noosa
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