Fraser Island is the world’s largest sand island teeming with sprawling sands, quiet beaches, picturesque lakes, and tropical rainforest. If you’re seeking an adventure like no other, our Hervey Bay resort accommodation is the best way to experience Fraser Island, where boat trips and tours are always just a walk away. Book with Boat Harbour Resort so you don’t miss out on the exciting things you can do on Fraser Island this summer.
Take in the View at Indian Head
Indian Head is the easternmost part of Fraser Island with incredible views to enjoy. Watch the waves crash against the headland and keep an eye out on the ocean, as it’s likely you’ll catch sight of the migrating humpback whales.
Swim the Champagne Pools
Near Indian Head is the Champagne Pools, which is a natural swimming spot right next to the sparkling ocean. It’s one of the best places to enjoy saltwater swimming on the island, offering a formation of shallow and deep pools with relaxing waves wafting in from the sea.
See the S.S. Mareno Shipwreck
Along Seventy-Five Mile Beach is the Maheno Shipwreck, and if you’ve never seen a shipwreck before it’s a unique sight to behold. The shipwreck is beached on the sand, so you don’t have to worry about diving or going out of your way.
Take a 4WD Through the Rainforest
Hop inside a 4WD and see Fraser Island’s rainforest firsthand. A good route is to go from Eurong Beach to Kingfisher Bay, which takes you through the centre of Fraser Island with Central Station and Wanggoolba Creek to see along the way.
Visit the Fraser Island Lakes
Fraser Island offers a number of breathtaking lakes, and they’re a must-visit just for the view. These include Lake Mackenzie, Lake Wabby, and Lake Birrabeen - each is a scenic oasis with crystal-clear water lined with dense tropical rainforest, providing a paradise for swimming, paddle boarding, and kayaking with scenery that you won’t forget.
Make Fraser Island yours this summer with Boat Harbour Resort - book now at https://boatharbourresort.etourism.net.au