The world’s largest sand island is enriched with outstanding natural beauty, pre and postcolonial history and extraordinary wildlife. Located adjacent to the quaint fishing town of Hervey Bay, the region is an ideal place to discover as a tourist. As the whale watching capital of Australia, Hervey Bay is one of Australia’s prime destinations to view these spectacular aquatic giants all year round. Just a short boat ride from the harbour takes you face to face with these enormous mammals.
Whether you’re cruising down 75 Mile Beach or hitting the off-road inland tracks, Fraser Island is a four wheel driver’s paradise. With virtually no tarmac roads, the island is a haven of tracks and sand for you to tear up behind the wheel. Fraser is littered with hundreds of freshwater lakes, with the most remarkable being Lake McKenzie. Pure white sands meets clear blue freshwater, lodged deep within the rainforest. Perfection.
As the sun goes down over Fraser, you start to realise why this island is so special. Stars scatter the southern skies filling you with an overwhelming sense of connection to nature. This experience is truly unparalleled to any other camping holiday.
WHALE WATCHING | ELI CREEK | FOUR WHEEL DRIVING ON FRASER | LAKE MCKENZIE | CAMPING AT FRASER