Fraser Island

Located just off the coast from Hervey Bay, World Heritage Listed Fraser Island will leave you feeling charmed and captivated. It is a place of exceptional beauty, with long uninterrupted white beaches flanked by strikingly colored sand cliffs and over 100 freshwater lakes. Ancient rainforests grow in sand along the banks of fast-flowing, crystal-clear creeks. There is also prolific wildlife throughout.

Fraser Island
  Mercure Kingfisher Bay Resort

Fun Fact: The Aboriginal name for the island was K'gari which means “Paradise.”

Rich Aboriginal heritage and a colorful European history makes Fraser Island one of the most rare and mysterious features of Queensland's coastline. This history is evident in many of its archaeological sites. Just a few other attractions include: The Wreck of the Maheno, located just north of Happy Valley on the eastern beach; Central Station, a beautiful rainforest area with rare flora and fauna; Lake McKenzie, one of Island's best-known freshwater lakes; The Cathedrals, towering cliffs of multicolored sands sculptured by the wind into huge peaks; and The Champagne Pools, beautiful rock swimming holes filled with bubbling seawater.

Rest and relax by the pool, hike along the beach, or take advantage of the many other activities and amenities offered by a five star resorts or family apartments. No matter what you choose, Fraser Island offers the perfect island paradise setting.