Fraser Island is situated just of the Queensland coast opposite Hervey Bay. The Island is 124 kilometers long and between 5 and 25 kilometers wide. With an area of 184 000 hectares it is the largest sand island in the world. Fraser Island is well known for its beautiful nature and wild life.
The long uninterrupted white beaches, crystal clear waters, over 100 fresh water lakes, rainforest, colored sand cliffs and large sand blows, creates the unique beauty of Fraser Island.
The Island is home to 230 species of birds, Australia’s purest dingo’s and many other species.
The largest Creek on the Island is Wathumba Creek. With crystal clear water, turtles and stunning white beaches it is great place to sit & swim.
The Sandy Cape Lighthouse is positioned at the northern tip of the Island. It is the oldest man made structure on the Island, surrounded by a lot of history such as the WW2 Bunkers.
The Great Sandy Straits separates mainland from Fraser Island. Rare or endangered species such as dugong, turtles, dolphins, curlews and migrating birds can be found in this area.