• Fraser Island Australia

    Fraser Island Australia

World Heritage-listed Fraser Island, between Bundaberg and Brisbane off Australia’s east coast, is the largest sand island in the world and one of Australia’s most unique four-wheel-drive adventures. Along windswept Seventy Five Mile Beach, visitors can see the rusted hulls of shipwrecks, the colored sandstone cliffs of The Cathedrals, and the bubbling fish-filled rock pools called Champagne Pools.

800,000 years in the making (which is still baby status when you’re a world heritage site), Fraser island is the largest sand island in the world – 122 km long. Not only that, but it’s got rainforest growing and thriving on sand! It’s got lots of other world-class facts about it too like it contains half of the world’s perched freshwater dune lakes and it has the largest unconfined aquifer on a sand island. While those tongue-twisters might impress a scientist, Fraser Island is pretty great for anyone because on the one island you can hike, swim in crystal blue freshwater lakes, visit a shipwreck, spot whales and dingos, 4×4, camp, salt-water fish, or go on a great walk. A few interesting facts about why Fraser Island is one of Queensland’s world heritage sites:

Tourist Attractions Fraser Island Australia

Lake Wabby, Fraser Island

Lake Wabby, Fraser Island

The historical heart of Fraser Island, Central Station

Fraser island at Central Station

Fraser island rainbow beach

Rainbow beach Fraser island

Champagne Pools Fraser Island Australia
Champagne Pools Fraser Island Australia
Fraser Island Australia

Fraser Island Australia

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