Fraser Island

Fraser Island Shipwreck
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Stretching over 120km and covering an area of 165,280ha, Fraser Island is one of Queensland's prominent destinations for 4wd and camping fans. As a World Heritage listed site, Fraser Island joins the ranks of the Great Barrier Reef, Uluru and Kakadu National Parks as being of universal significance thanks to the largest coastal dune system and sand island in the world and its unique ecosystem. As a precious part of Queensland's natural and cultural heritage, Fraser Island is protected for all to appreciate, enjoy and respect.

Fraser Accommodation

Book your island holiday now. Fraser's breathtaking beauty and natural attractions make it one of the most sought-after holiday destinations on the Fraser Coast. Those looking for beautiful eco resorts or self-contained accommodation will be pleased with the quality of lodging across the island. So why not experience Fraser Island for yourself? Use this site to find all your Fraser Island accommodation, tours and 4wd hire needs.

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Fraser is one of the most revered holiday destinations in Queensland with long white beaches, dramatic coloured-sand cliffs, natural sand blows, rocky headlands and pristine freshwater lakes and streams. As a result, there are so many ways to see the island. 4WD enthusiasts will find exceptional sandy tracks leading to unspoilt national parklands and remote camping spots. Fraser Island is filled with exciting things to do and experience. Drive along the 75 Mile Beach 'highway' to access remote tracks and empty beach, and try your hand at beach fishing along the rugged coastline. Enjoy the calm, dappled waters of Eli Creek or visit the Maheno-Shipwreck washed ashore in the early 1900s. From the Island peaks, look out across the waters for sharks and Humpback Whales who migrate through at the end of the year. Read more about Fraser attractions.

Fraser Island Facts

Fraser Island boasts over 100 freshwater lakes for adventurous travellers to try, it is also the largest sand island in the world. The creation of the Fraser Island sand mass, its dynamic nature, and the ageing process of the dunes are superb examples of continuing geological and biological processes. The universal importance of these outstanding features were recognised by the island's UNESCO World Heritage Listing. Keep your eyes peeled as the island is also home to 25-30 wild Dingo packs (with 12 Dingoes to a pack)