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Enjoy the sun and the sea in the world’s largest sand island, Fraser Island, Australia

Golden sun beaches, rainforests, blue freshwater lakes, humongous sand dunes, and lush vegetation awaits you in Fraser island, one of the most visited tourist destinations in Australia.

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Fraser Island is located along the southern coast of Queensland. It stretches over 123 kilometers and covers a total area of 184,000 hectares. It is the largest sand island in the world, and the only island where rainforest grows on sand. It has over a hundred freshwater lakes, sand dunes up to 240 meters high, and wetlands featuring rare flora and fauna. The Great Sandy Strait separates the island from the mainland, and there are ferries from the coast that can bring you to the island. Vehicles are permitted in the island but you have to get a permit from the department of environment. The Harvey Bay Airport is your gateway to Fraser Island. It is served by Qantas and Virgin Australia. From the airport, you can take a taxi or airport transfer to Riverheads, from where, you can take a ferry or barge to Kingfisher Bay, Fraser Island.

A paradise for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts, Fraser Island is where you can enjoy days of outdoor activities.  It numerous activities and attractions include climbing up to Indian Head where you are afforded a great view of the ocean, taking a dip at Lake Mackenzie or Lake Wabby, refresh in the rock pools of Champagne pools, explore the Maheno Shipwreck, be up close and personal with a number of wildlife at Central Station Rainforest, take a walk along the Eli Creek or Wanggoolba Creek, watch the sunset at the Sandy Cape Lighthouse, and swim, sunbathe or enjoy the views in one of its golden beaches.  You can also join a Nature & Wildlife Tour or a Safari Tour.

Bring the entire family to Fraser Island. It is one island where everyone can enjoy countless outdoor adventures. Consult your travel agent for more details. 

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