World Heritage listed Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world and a contradiction of well respected natural conventions. It is home to untouched freshwater lakes and creeks, including some of the world’s rarest dune lakes. Wetlands, heath decorated with wildflowers and 1,000 year old rainforest trees all thrive from nothing more than sand. Seventy Five Mile Beach is a stunning natural highway complete with a shipwreck and cliffs of coloured sands.
This is the Official Representative Page of World Heritage listed Fraser Island located in the Fraser Coast, Queensland, Australia.
Whether you believe that Fraser Island or K’Gari, meaning paradise, is the creation of Mother Nature or in fact the earthly incarnate of Yindingie the messenger of Aboriginal god Beiral, Fraser Island’s mirrored lakes, rebellious rainforests, mesmeris