This coastal headland was known as Tuckee, which means ‘stone’, to the Aboriginals who lived on Fraser Island many years ago. The headland was named Indian Head by Captain Cook when he passed it. Indian Head is yet another of Fraser Island’s iconic landmarks. It’s on the eastern part of the island and is very popular amongst travelers who visit the island. Located at one end of 75 Mile Beach it provides you with the opportunity for some more picture perfect moments due to the 360 degree views it has to offer. On top of that there’s some good wildlife spotting opportunities as well! The view from the headland is perfect to spot whales, sharks and a lot of other sea creatures. Photography lovers, you'll have a field day when visiting this spot so don't forget to bring that fancy camera out to Fraser Island and Indian Head!
To see Indian Head, book your Fraser Island Tour now!