Depart Kingfisher Bay and drive 4km to make a right hand turn towards Central Station. Drive a further 7,5km to Pile Valley and see if some of your passengers would like to make the 50min walk along the Wanggoolba Creek and you can pick them up at your next stop, Central Station. Depart Central Station and make the almost immediate right hand turn...more
Depart Kingfisher Bay and drive 4km to make a right hand turn towards Central Station. Drive further 5km and make the right hand turn to Lake McKenzie. Lake McKenzie is by far Frazer Islands most well known lake. It has most beautifull white sand and extremely clear water. It is often considered to be ranked amongst the 10 most beautifull beaches...more
Lake Wabby was the most amazing lake we have seen. To get to this lake you must make 1km walk through forest, suddenly the forest ends and immidiately starts a huge sand dune. You need just to climb over it and you are by the lake. The scenery is great. You can make a picture with forest, dune, ocean and lake. This lake has green water and golden...more
Another of Frazer Island's most beautiful lakes is lake Birrabeen. It is a very popular tourist destination for visitors because of its lovely fresh water and dazzling white sand. The white sand is silica, formed by the purification of the sand due to the rise and fall of the lakes water. Because of the silica, the sand can be used on the skin to...more
Central Station, located next to the beautiful Wangoolba Creek was the central Forestry Department Station from 1920-1959. It was a settlement for the loggers who worked on Frazer Island and supported 32 buildings including a school for the children in the area. All of the land was cleared to build the station, but as you can see, it has been...more
Frazer's forests are one of the island's most remarkable and controversial features. Though the island was heavilly logged, large stands of Satinay and brush box still remain. Pile Valley, between Central Station and Lake McKenzie, where much of the logging took place, has the tallest of the towering Satinay and brush box. Satinay and brush box...more
At 5300 tons, the Maheno is a ship that lies, wrecked, on the eastern beach just south of the Pinnacles. It was buit in 1905 and operated as part of the Union Steamship Company's Trans-Tasman fleet. In 1907 it established a new record time between Auckland and Sydney, two days and 21 hours was a time unbeaten for this distance for 25 years. It...more
Just north of Happy Valley, in amongst the glorious coloured sands stands a giant spectacle of sand towers and spires, representing the 72 different shades of sand in what they call The Pinnacles. The colouring of the sand is accounted for as oxides of iron and decayed vegetation. Another story though, is the Aboriginal legend of Murawar and the...more
Make the climb to Indian Head and you'll have a spectacular view of 75 mile beach. Beneath the headlands are large sharks, stingrays and a variety of other marine life which on a clear day can be seen looming beneath the cliff face. Rich in history Indian Head is believed to be the place of the first Aborigine sighting when the infamous ship...more
There are just few cars admit on this island, because of nature, so make your reservations soon.
We made the reservation almost one month before our travel and did not get a car we wished to have.
If you wish to come with your car, it must be good 4 wheel drive.
We made a very good experience with Assie Trax, right here on Frazer island.
Before you make your drive on the beach, ask which time is low and high tide. During high tide you can not pass the beach, so it can happen that you would be cuted off the rest of the island.
Have all the time watch with you and care how long your drive takes.