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Fraser Island, located off the coast of Queensland and is the largest sand island in the world. And it holds UNESCO World Heritage status.

Fraser Island is home to a diverse range of ecosystems, including ancient rainforests, freshwater lakes, tall sand dunes, and mangrove forests.

Lake McKenzie: One of Fraser Island’s most iconic attractions, Lake McKenzie is a stunning freshwater lake. Renowned for its crystal-clear waters and pristine white silica sand beaches. Visitors can swim, sunbathe, and relax in this idyllic natural setting.

Maheno Shipwreck: The Maheno Shipwreck, a rusting relic from the early 20th century. And is one of Fraser Island’s most photographed landmarks. The wreck provides a glimpse into the island’s maritime history and serves as a popular stop for visitors exploring 75 Mile Beach.

Champagne Pools: Located along 75 Mile Beach, And are natural rock pools filled with seawater. As waves crash over the rocks, foam and bubbles are created, resembling a glass of champagne. Visitors can swim in the tranquil pools while enjoying the ocean views.

Eli Creek: Eli Creek is the largest freshwater creek on the eastern side of Fraser Island. Visitors can float down the crystal-clear creek on inner tubes or simply wade in the shallow waters, surrounded by lush vegetation.

Fraser Island’s eastern beach, known as 75 Mile Beach, is a designated highway and landing strip, providing a unique driving experience. Travelers can drive along the expansive sandy shoreline, passing by attractions such as the Maheno Shipwreck and the Colored Sands.