A protected ecological paradise, Fraser Island, the world's largest sand island (122km/75mi long and 25km/15mi wide) lies off the coast of southern Queensland. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Fraser Island boasts a unique ecosystem, including a rainforest of giant trees, over a hundred freshwater lakes, crystal clear rivers, immense sand blows and a healthy population of dingoes.
Fraser Island, sand and adventure XXL
Considered to be the largest sand island in the world, this island is unlike any other place on earth. Fraser Island, with its endless sandy beaches, coastal rivers, fishing spots, inland lake and dingo population is truly out of this world and while package tours can mar its image, this is easily remedied by renting a 4WD and writing your own adventure !Discover