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Top Beaches on Fraser Island

Top Beaches on Fraser Island

A UNESCO World Heritage Site and the largest sand island in the world, Fraser Island is famous for its endless white-sand beaches, lush rain forest, dramatic sand dunes, and 100-plus freshwater lakes. Here are our top picks for the island’s best beaches.

75 Mile Beach

Stretching for—you guessed it—75 miles (121 kilometers) along the island’s eastern coast, 75 Mile Beach is a highlight of most Fraser Island tours. Here you can find the freshwater Eli Creek; Indian Head, a rocky outcrop where you can spot tiger sharks, dolphins, and stingrays; and the Champagne Pools, natural rock pools named after Champagne-like bubbles that froth up from crashing waves.

Lake McKenzie

Lake McKenzie, a freshwater lake located within Great Sandy National Park, boasts translucent waters and white silica sand renowned for its cleansing and exfoliating properties. You’ll likely see beach-goers covered from head to toe in the granules.

Waddy Point

Located at the northern end of 75 Mile Beach, Waddy Point is a quiet spot known for its scenic hiking trails. Water sports are also a popular activity here; along with swimming and snorkeling, visitors can paddle board, kayak, and surf.

Wathumba Creek

Wathumba Creek is a wildlife hotspot located on the island’s northwestern coast. Look out for dolphins, dugongs, sea turtles, and seabirds as you cruise along the coast, or get even closer to nature on a snorkeling or kayaking excursion. 

Moon Point

Moon Point is one of the island’s less-visited beaches, located at the western tip of Fraser Island along the Great Sandy Strait. Its pristine sands offer a spectacular backdrop for a jet ski tour, boat cruise, or 4WD excursion. Nearby, Pelican Banks is a popular spot for swimming and snorkeling, while further south, the eco-friendly Kingfisher Bay Resort offers plenty of lunch options.

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All-Inclusive Fraser Island Day Tour
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All-Inclusive Fraser Island Day Tour

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Discover Fraser Island's highlights on a full-day tour with an experienced guide that includes time to swim in pristine lakes, hit the beach, and explore the rainforest. Visit iconic spots including Lake McKenzie, Eli Creek, Seventy-Five Mile Beach, Central Station, Wanggoolba Creek, the Maheno shipwreck, and the Pinnacles. Learn about the animal and plant life both on land and in the ocean, where dolphins, dugongs, sharks, and humpback whales can be spotted. Depart early from Hervey Bay and travel by 4WD-vehicle on this comprehensive Fraser Island tour.
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  • 9 hours
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Fraser Explorer K'gari 2-Day Tour
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Fraser Explorer K'gari 2-Day Tour

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Named K’Gari (paradise) by the local Aborigines, Fraser Island features more than 100 freshwater lakes, extensive rain forests, and giant sand dunes. Explore the island with an expert guide who leads rainforest walks at Pile Valley, Central Station, Wanggoolba Creek, and the Hammerstone Sandblow, and provides swimming opportunities at Eli Creek, Lake McKenzie, the Champagne Pools, and Lake Wabby. Stay overnight at a lodge on Seventy-Five Mile Beach, see the Pinnacles and Maheno shipwreck, and have the option to book a scenic sightseeing flight on this fun and informative 2-day tour.
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Remote Fraser Island Experience
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Remote Fraser Island Experience

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Enjoy swimming, snorkelling and sunbathing on UNESCO-listed Fraser Island with this full-day boat cruise, including hotel pick-up from Hervey Bay. Spot dolphins as you sail out to the island, swim with turtles at Wathumba creek, then discover the island’s wild side on a bush walk. After tucking into a delicious buffet lunch on-board (included), spend the rest of the afternoon kayaking, paddle boarding or snorkelling at the island’s beaches and bays. During the Hervey Bay whale season from mid-July to October, be on the look out for humpback whales and experience the thrill of getting up close to these majestic creatures as they frolic in the calm clear waters off Fraser Island.
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