Fraser Island

Fraser Island is a heritage-listed island located along the southern coast of Queensland, Australia. Located just over 100 miles north of Brisbane, Fraser Island is considered to be the largest […]

Fraser Island is a heritage-listed island located along the southern coast of Queensland, Australia.

Located just over 100 miles north of Brisbane, Fraser Island is considered to be the largest sand island in the world. It’s the largest island within Queensland and provides tourists with a variety of different attractions and terrain to experience. Fraser Island features tropical rainforests, sand dunes, eucalyptus woodland, mangrove forests, peat swamps and other unique types of landscape. The climate is generally mild and never subjected to extremely hot temperatures because of the ocean that surrounds it. Rainfall does tend to be at its heaviest during the summer and autumn months, but overall the temperature is warm all year long. One thing tourists love about the island is the fact that you could see a dingo in its natural habitat at almost anytime. Fraser Island is only accessible using one of two options, by ferry or air. Travelers who plan to drive while on the island will need something that’s 4WD. Lots of great campgrounds are available and the amazing landmarks are great for overnight hiking. Read some of the best attractions to see while visit Fraser Island below!

Fraser Island Natural Attractions
Lake McKenzie
Lake Wabby
Seventy-Five Mile Beach
Central Station Rainforest
Lake Birrabeen
Wanggoolba Creek
Waddy Point
Eli Creek
The Pinnacles

Fraser Island Man-Made Attractions
Drop Bear Adventures
Dingo Tours
Australian Safaris Day Tours
Maheno Wreck
Sandy Cape Lighthouse
Sunrover Tours
Kingfisher Natural Therapy