Platypus Bay is Fraser Island secret natural wonderland. The beach has brilliant turquoise waters that lap the snow white sand and it has very few people that know about it or where it is.[Read more…]
Popular spot for sun baking, snorkelling & swimming
View from the boardwalk above champagne Pools
Champagne Pools is a must see for anyone visiting Fraser Island. It is popular with backpackers who love to sun bake and swim. While full of fun for families who like to snorkel in shallow waters with the kids. It is like a little aquarium filled with tiny fish everywhere that are trapped in the pools at low tide.[Read more…]
Indian Head is a popular spot with a spectacular view
Visitors to Fraser Island are always amazed at the magnificent view at the top of the cliffs at Indian Head.
Many are surprised at just how much marine life you can see from the 50meter cliffs below.
Turtles, stingrays and sharks are seen daily and from August to November Humpback whales frolic around the headland.[Read more…]
Swimming in the tannin coloured water of Orange creek
Fraser Island has a unique little freshwater swimming hole called Orange creek.
And yes it is orange-ish, perhaps a little more brown than orange. I would describe it as tea coloured.[Read more…]