The jewel of the Fraser Coast and the world’s largest sand island, the World Heritage-listed Fraser Island is nature at its awe-inspiring best, with magnificent coloured sand cliffs, rocky headlands, cool freshwater creeks and lakes and some of the most beautiful beaches to be found anywhere. Fraser Island is also one of the rare places where towering subtropical rainforest actually grows straight from sand.
A special feature of Fraser Island is its diverse flora and fauna, with more than 325 species of birds and Australian native animals, including the purest breed of dingo. Activities include beach camping, fishing, walking and four wheel driving along ‘sand highways’ on the ocean beaches or you can go exploring along the sandy tracks to view the island’s freshwater lakes. Fraser Island’s accommodation ranges from luxury resorts to cabins and campgrounds.