A heritage-listed island, Fraser Island is especially reputed for its pristine stretches of sand, thick mangrove forests, woodland and rainforests.
Boasting spectacular scenery, Fraser Island is actually the sixth largest island off the coast of Australia and features sandy beaches that have been accumulating for the past 750,000 years.
Protected by the Great Sandy National Park, Fraser Island is also reputed for its reptiles, amphibians, birds and wide variety of mammal species. It was discovered back in 1770 by James Cook. Located off the coast of Queensland, the island offers a wide plethora of activities to keep visitors entertained.
What to do on Fraser Island? Where to go, what to see? Fraser Island on Queensland’s coast attracts millions of travelers every year because of its breathtaking scenery and unforgettable experiences, but there’s so much more to experience while you’re there.