About Fraser Island
Your Adventure Begins in Noosa, the best location from which to visit Fraser Island!
LESS TIME DRIVING = MORE TIME EXPLORING!!!
Fraser Island covers an area of 184 000 hectares and is 123km long and 22 km wide (at the widest point), making it the largest sand Island in the world!
With its lush rainforests, towering hardwood forests, endless golden beaches and crystal clear freshwater lakes and streams, Fraser Island is a precious natural wonder and a place of exceptional beauty. This stunning world heritage listed paradise is also home to Australia’s most pure Dingo blood line as well as dugongs, turtles, goannas, eastern curlews, dolphins and whales and many other species of Australian wildlife.
Our guides will lead you through one of the worlds most pristine environments, taking time to experience the fresh waters of Lake McKenzie, the shipwrecked remains of the ‘Maheno’ and the spectacular views from Indian Head. Relax in the ‘champagne pools’ or take a trek to the Hammerstone Sandblow. Abundant in native flora and fauna, explore the tropical rainforests of Central Station, the coloured sands of the Cathedrals and at Lake Allom see fresh water turtles. Drive 4×4 along 75 mile beach, explore the sand dunes and swim in Lake Wabby . Picnic at Lake Garawongera or float down Eli Creek. See beautiful sunsets and meet new friends around the camp fire.