If you’re visiting Fraser Island and plan on Camping you will need to purchase 2 permits.[Read more…]
Wild and untagged dingo on the beach
We all know that Fraser island is the perfect “Family Friendly” place to visit.
But for many visitors to the island, they are completely unaware of the dangers that lurk in the sand and the surf.
Is Fraser Island Dangerous?
Yes, you do need to be a bit careful when you visit Fraser Island. In this article, we will run through some of the hidden and potential dangers that inhabit our beautiful island.
Dangers like…[Read more…]
The Fraser Island National Park, most commonly known as the Great Sandy National Park, is one of the most desired parks in the world to visit. Inscribed as a World Heritage Site in 1992, Fraser Island is one-of-a-kind natural wonderland.
The massive sand dunes, perched dune lakes, tropical rainforests, and forests growing in the sand are just some of the things that make Fraser Island exceptional. Not to mention that it’s the world’s largest island.[Read more…]
Driving 75 Mile Beach Fraser Island
Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world and home to one of the longest beach highways.
75 Mile Beach is a glorious scenic drive that must be navigated at low tide in a 4WD vehicle. It has the most spectacular ocean views and is an impressive beach highway in-of-itself.[Read more…]
Be Dingo-safe on Fraser Island
Dingoes on Fraser Island?
Yes, there are wild dingo’s (Canis lupus dingo) on Fraser Island.
If fact, K’gari has some of the purest breeds of dingo in the world. This is because the isolation and protective nature of the island makes interbreeding with domestic dogs rare.[Read more…]