Last of the Bitumen Road at Inskip Point Rainbow Beach
See Rusty boarding the Barge at Inskip Point Rainbow Beach. In this video he explains how to do it, what to be aware of and how it is done.[Read more…]
After watching humpback whales, cycling along the esplanade, walking along the famous jetty and wandering around the 26-hectare botanical garden in Hervey Bay, you’re ready to explore the world’s largest island.
Travelling from Hervey Bay to Fraser island is easy. You can either ride a ferry or boat, travel by car or plane, or book a guided tour.
Whatever option you choose, make sure to read this guide first to ensure you have a fun and safe experience.[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…]
How to Board the Fraser Island Ferry?
Catching the ferry from River Heads Hervey Bay to Wanggoolba Creek on Fraser island is easy. You just need a ticket.
You can walk on and travel for the day as a day tourist at Kingfisher Bay resort. Or you can cross with your vehicle and depart at Wanggoolba Creek.
The Fraser Venture runs up to 4 services daily from River Heads across to Wanggoolba Creek and Kingfisher Bay on the western side of Fraser Island.[Read more…]