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What to Do in Noosa

Nestled on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, Noosa is a relaxing getaway from the big city life. Teeming with a pristine blue coastline, rich wildlife, as well as luxe shops and restaurants. This quiet town is one of the top beachside holiday locations in the country. The History of Noosa Australian Aboriginals had dwelled in Noosa for over 40,000 years before any Europeans arrived. Even then, the region was a retreat, acting as a sacred zone used for celebrations such as the Bunya Nut Festival. The name ‘Noosa,’ came from the Aboriginal language meaning ‘shadows.’ This refers to the tall rainforest trees […]


Where are the Champagne Pools?

The Champagne pools are a collection of large rock pools along the coast of Fraser Island. They are one of the most popular natural wonders on Fraser Island, bringing many travellers to this world heritage listed sight! The area is jam-packed with beautiful scenery, wildlife, and swimming opportunities. Perfect for an escape into nature’s hidden gems. What are they? These are no ordinary rock pools! They are much larger than your average rock crevasses, multiple craters filled with clear waters, ranging in sizes, the average being the size of a swimming pool. The name Champagne comes from the waves that […]


What is Fraser Island Famous For?

Fraser Island, a wonderland bursting with unspoiled swimming spots, lush greenery, enormous dunes, and soft sand beaches. It is one of Australia’s top attractions, bringing over 350,000 travellers each year. But why is it so famous? What is so great about this Island? Just off the Australian’s east coast of Queensland, Fraser Island stretches 123 kilometres down and 23 kilometres across. It is listed as the largest sand island in the world and is the only place where the rainforest grown on sand. Inscribed on the World Heritage List in 1992 due to this incredible natural marvel. It is an […]


The Best Swimming Spots on Fraser Island

Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world, boasting a magical collection of scenery that’s both surreal and absolutely breath-taking. As well as harbouring a weird and wonderful selection of landmarks and points of natural beauty, there are an abundance of lakes and swimming spots that provide the perfect place to kick back and relax. Here are some of the best. 1. Lake McKenzie The unusual sight of Lake McKenzie is one of the biggest draws of Fraser Island for visitors. Tucked away between ancient sand dunes, the perched lake is made up solely of rainwater, giving it […]


Best Things to Do in Rainbow Beach

Rainbow Beach is without a doubt one of the most breathtakingly beautiful locations in Queensland. Set near Fraser Island, the stretch of coastline is the perfect place to escape the crowds and soak up the surrounding natural beauty. Whether you’re looking for beachside adventures, the chance to experience once-in-a-lifetime natural wonders, or simply want to kick back and relax with sea views, Rainbow Beach has something for you. Here are some of the best things to do when you’re in the Rainbow Beach. 1. See the Coloured Sands in Cooloola National Park Rainbow Beach is most famous for its coloured […]


Exploring Fraser Island’s 75 Mile Beach

Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world, which makes it the perfect place to soak up sea views and enjoy beach life. 75 Mile Beach is one of the most popular spots on the island, boasting – you guessed it – 75 miles of wide, white sand beach. Known for its adrenalin-pumping 4WD adventures, the beach has been voted one of the best coastal drives in the world. Though it is a spectacular beach, it’s not really a swimming beach because it often has rough waters and there is a high shark population in the waters surrounding […]


Dolphin Feeding at Tin Can Bay

Renowned for its eclectic selection of wildlife encounters, Fraser Island boasts a backdrop of white sand beaches, incredibly blue waters, and ancient rainforests filled to the brim with native plants and animals. Visitors venture to this haven to enjoy a range of outdoor activities, but there’s one particular encounter that keeps visitors coming back for more: dolphin feeding at Tin Can Bay. At this coastal hotspot, you can get up close and personal with the area’s resident dolphin pod and learn all about these majestic creatures at feeding time. The onsite pod is formed of nine dolphins and is led […]


The Tea Tree Oils of Lake McKenzie

Picture endless sand unfolding out to the horizon and back. This is Fraser Island, an island made entirely of sand that needs a four-wheel-drive to get across. There are no roads here, just beaches and dirt tracks, as well as plenty of native animal and plant species. In the waters surrounding the island, sharks, rays, whales, and dolphins frolic in the waves, while other animals hang out on the undulating sand dunes. Elsewhere, turtles make their homes in crystal clear lakes, while an ancient rainforest sits at the heart of it all, promising a lush abundance of green canopies and […]


Things to Do at Tin Can Bay

Set on the picturesque expanse of the Cooloola Coast, just outside of Brisbane and close to the World Heritage listed Fraser Island, Tin Can Bay promises a paradise backdrop filled with a range of waterside activities. Today, the bay is renowned for its rich fishing opportunities, and it has a fleet of prawn and scallop trawlers that work off the coast on a seasonal basis. Perhaps the most popular thing Tin Can Bay is famous for, though, is its visiting wild dolphins. Tourists flock to the shores to see the resident pod of dolphins rock up to Norman Point in […]


The Rainforest of Central Station and Pile Valley

Fraser Island boasts a paradise landscape filled with lush rainforests, sprawling white sand beaches, and stunning sea views. At the heart of it all sits Central Station, which is often dubbed the gateway to the island’s incredible natural beauty. Here, rare plant life and mesmerising rainforest scenery carve a backdrop to many adventurous and relaxing pursuits. It’s amazing that such an ecosystem has been able to thrive for thousands of years, as Fraser Island is renowned for its sand dunes which lack mineral fertility. Central Station and the surrounding Pile Valley were originally logging camps. Today, logging is prohibited in […]

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