The police do regularly patrol the beaches.[Read more…]
The first thing is not to under estimate just how treacherous the driving on Fraser Island can be. With continuous tide changes, weather and vehicle traffic, the beaches, the sand and the tracks are constantly changing.[Read more…]
You should allow a minimum of 2.5 hours if you are driving between the low tide times. This is 2 hours before low tide and 2 hours after low tide. These are the optimum driving times for along the beach.
Also when planning your drive take into consideration your tyre pressure. Too low and it can slow down your drive and too high may cause unnecessary sand boggings that can cause delays.[Read more…]
If you’re looking for a great place to go beach fishing, Fraser Island is definitely worth considering. With its long coastline, sheltered bays and an estuary system there are plenty of places to cast your line.
The island is also home to a wide variety of fish, so you’re sure to catch something if you give it a go.[Read more…]
- Typical travelling time from Hook Point (along 75 mile beach) to Eurong (1 hr 15min)
Conditions may vary and you should allow between 1.5 – 2 hours if you are driving between the low tide times.
Exiting The Barge At the Hook Point Landing Site.[Read more…]