The stunning Fraser Island World Heritage Area is the setting for the Fraser Island Great Walk that winds for 90 kilometres between Dilli Village and Happy Valley. Towering rainforests, crystal-clear lakes, coloured sands and vast sand dunes are just a few of the natural wonders you will discover on the walk.
Following the pathways of the island's original inhabitants, the Butchulla people, as well as old logging roads and tramlines, the track passes iconic sites such as Lake McKenzie (Boorangoora), Wanggoolba Creek, Lake Wabby and Central Station.
In the centre of the island discover tall, awe-inspiring forests and more than 200 freshwater lakes and creeks that provide sanctuary to numerous birds, including brahminy kites, pied oystercatchers, red-capped plovers, white-bellied sea-eagles, yellow-tailed black-cockatoos and king-parrots. At night, sugar gliders, brushtail possums and flying-foxes become active. You will need to carry reliable communication and navigation equipment and the Fraser Island Great Walk topographic map.Visit Website
BBQ Facilities, Car park, Picnic Area, Public Toilet
Animal Viewing, Birdwatching, Bushwalking, Camping, Self-Guided, Swimming
Flora/Fauna, Island, Nature based, Wildlife