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FAST FRASER FACTS - Fraser Island’s satinay trees were used to rebuild the London Docks after WW2 – and even lined the banks of the Suez Canal. - 4.2 million litres of water flows from Eli Creek into the ocean every hour – float to your heart’s content!

A World Heritage wonder: December 2017 marked the 25 year anniversary of Fraser Island’s World Heritage-listing.

striking colours

The most pure strain of dingoes in Australia reside here, with an approximate population of 200-300 on the island.

- The Pinnacles are comprised of 72 different shades of red, orange and yellow sands.

Half of the world’s freshwater perched dune lakes are found on the island, over 100 to be exact!

- Silica sand acts as a filter, giving Lake McKenzie’s ombre, aquamarine hues their remarkable clarity.

Lake Boomanjin is the largest perched dune lake in the world, also right here on Fraser.

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Welcome to Fraser Island  

WELCOME TO FRASER Island: a living, breathing natural treasure and the perfect choice for your next ‘overseas’ holiday. This magazine is you...

Welcome to Fraser Island  

WELCOME TO FRASER Island: a living, breathing natural treasure and the perfect choice for your next ‘overseas’ holiday. This magazine is you...