The most popular lake on the island is Lake Mckenzie which is located on a dune. You will be amazed by the turquoise water and white sand. The clear water of the bay is said to have skin-softening properties and is believed to contribute to health and longevity.
Birrabeen and Benarroon lakes are much less touristy than Lake McKenzie, but are equally impressive with trees growing in the middle of the water, adding even more beauty to the landscape.
One of the best pictures of the island: the wreck of the ship “SS MAHENO”. The only visible wreck on the Fraser River is this boat that ran aground in 1935 due to a cyclone. Between 1856 and 1935, more than 23 ships ran aground on Fraser Island.
Take a dip in the natural Champagne Pools. These pools, situated amid volcanic rocks, get their name from the foam and bubbles produced when waves collide with the rocks. A real natural jacuzzi perfect for relaxing!
Float down Eli Creek! This river comes from the interior of the country and crosses the forest to reach the sea. You can also follow the river on foot to the beach, wading in the water.
Venture into the rainforest and hike to Central Station. A 40-minute tour will take you to the heart of the rainforest, among the palm trees. A beautiful tropical setting!
Take a 1.5 mile trail through the forest and you’ll stumble upon Lake Wabby. This freshwater lake is located in the middle of sand dunes. You will feel like you are in the middle of the desert. Refresh yourself by swimming in this beautiful lake.