Want to try catching some beach worms as well as enjoy the serenity of a secluded little beach. Middle Beach might be the spot for you if you are planning to visit the Orchid Beach or Waddy Point area of Fraser Island.[Read more…]
Welcome to Lake Birrabeen
Lake Birrabeen is a must visit if you’re travelling to Fraser Island. As this lake forms part of the Great Southern Lakes Scenic Drive it is plotted on many tourist maps. Rightly so, as it’s a very interesting place.
However It’s not like other tourist spots on Fraser island. It sits in a more isolated area of the island and is far less travelled. A perfect place to spend some quiet time relaxing on a crystal clear Fraser island perched lake.[Read more…]
Wathumba Creek on Fraser island
Fraser Island has so many amazing places of interest. However, one place that is grossly under rated is the amazing Wathumba Creek. And when we say creek it is more like a secluded miniature bay.
It is not like a traditional creek only a few meters wide with high banks. This creek is wide and protected with stunning landscapes all around it. It has its own beach and the mouth of the creek flows into the sea so it is tidal.[Read more…]
From the beach access point, it’s a 45 minute walk over the dunes to reach Lake Waddy
Lake Wabby is located in Queensland’s Great Sandy Straights on Fraser Island. It can be found nestled in the sand dunes on the Eastern side of the island between Eurong and Poyungan Rocks.[Read more…]
Welcome to Lake Boomanjin
Lake Boomanjin on Fraser island is famous for it’s size and it’s red hue. We can assure you there is nothing sinister in the water. It’s simply created by the ‘tea tree’ tannin on the lake bottom. The water itself is crystal clear.
Set up your camp and stay beside the worlds largest perched lake. Spend the day swimming and enjoying the fenced day use area to have a picnic or camp overnight in the allocated camp ground.[Read more…]