We’re just heading over to Wathumba Creek today for some fishing. We’ve had a little bit of rain so the tracks are actually pretty good but still, it pays to take it nice and steady.[Read more…]
You should allow a minimum of 2.5 hours if you are driving between low tide times. This is 2 hours before low tide and 2 hours after low tide. These are the optimum driving times along the beach.
Also when planning your drive take into consideration your tyre pressure. Too low and can slow down your drive and too high may cause unnecessary sand bogging that can cause delays.[Read more…]
Driving on Fraser Island can have its moments. The terrain on the island is so varied and in some places can be extremely hazardous.
In general driving on the beach at low tide when the sand is firm is very easy. Just like driving on the road really. You just need to take it easy and not rush.[Read more…]
Perfect riding conditions for the dirt bike along the shoreline at Fraser Island
It is totally legal to ride a dirt bike onto Fraser Island provided it is registered and roadworthy.
Every year hundreds of thousands of tourists visit Fraser Island. Some of those visitors are avid Trail bike or Dirt bike riders looking for a 4×4 adventure of a lifetime.[Read more…]