Fraser Island Tourism & Travel
Fraser Island Australia
Fraser Island, of Badtjala country, is the worlds largest sand island and boasts World Heritage status. High coastal dunes and cliffs of multi-coloured sand rise above the long, wide beaches.
Fraser Island Lakes
Several shallow lakes appear on Fraser Island due to low hardened floors on the island where the watertable emerges.
Lake Boomanjin is the largest lake on Fraser Island with paperback stained water.
Lake McKenzie is the prettiest with a forest backdrop, white beach and clear water that reflects the changing colours of the sky.
Fraser Island Rainforest Trail
Pile Valley trail on Fraser Island is a spectacular rainforest experience pass through a lush understorey of palms, ferns and lilly pillies alongside a crystal clear creek, which flows silently over pure white sand. Beyond the creek banks, satinay, brushbox and kauri tower above heavily buttressed figs and quandong.
Fraser Islands Aboriginal Heritage
Fraser Island, a paradise known as Kgari to the Badtjala people, has a rich Aboriginal heritage with middens, artifacts and significant sites scattered over the island. Currently Badtjala people are continuing their culture through a variety of ways and maintain a connection to their country.