Fraser Island Travel Guide


Plan Your Fraser Island Vacation

Some 200 km (125 mi) north of Brisbane, Fraser Island, at 1,014 square km (391 square mi), is the largest of Queensland's islands and the most unusual. Originally known as K'gari to the local Butchulla Aboriginal people, the island was later named after Eliza Fraser, who in 1836 was shipwrecked here and lived with local Aborigines for several weeks.


Fraser Island Hotels

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Things To Do

Things To Do in Fraser Island

Explore the best sights, entertainment, and shopping with our top choices and insider tips.


Fraser Island Experiences

  • Camping on Fraser Island

    You can pitch a tent anywhere you don't see a "no camping" sign; there are four main public campgroundsā€”Central Station, Dundubara, and two at... Read more


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