Fraser Island

Fraser Island is a World Heritage listed sand island that sits along the southern coast of Queensland. Fraser Island is the biggest sand island in the world and the huge dunes, the largest of which reaching up to 240 meters, have been forming for over 700,000 years, and is still evolving. There are several hotels and resorts on the island, as well as six public and two private camping grounds.

There are several activities that can be done on Fraser Island. For those patient enough, bird watching is allowed, a variety of water sports, including canoeing, snorkeling, fishing and even jetskiing, are available, whale watching between June and October and hiking through the majestic forests. Joy flights can be taken so you can enjoy Fraser Island from the sky, both at night and during the day, and whale watching can also be done in the air.