Fraser Island is a heritage listed island located along the southeastern coast of Queensland, Australia. The island is considered to be the largest sand island in the world at 1840km2 and it’s an absolute must visit for all four-wheel drivers.
Once your 4WD and camping permits have been arranged, you and your rig can access Fraser Island by barge from either Inskip Point or Hervey Bay, Queensland, with services running daily.
No visit to the island would be complete without a leisurely drive along the full length of 75 Mile Beach. Another great drive is the Southern and Central Lakes circuit driving you through winding, narrow, soft sand tracks, guiding you to the iconic Lake McKenzie. The sand here is pristine white, with the water changing colour from clear glass to deep blue. It’s the perfect spot for a picnic with BBQ and toilet facilities onshore. If you like a bit of a challenge, take a drive to the northern tip of the island, heading out past Orchid Beach. Here you will be removed from the tourist commotion and find yourself on an untouched track with stunning water views.