Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world and is 123 kilometres long.

 

Fraser Island is World Heritage Listed and the Butchulla people are the traditional owners.

 

Logging was started on Fraser Island in 1863 and ceased in December 1991 when the island was nominated for World Heritage Listing.

Fraser Island is strictly 4wd only and normal road rules apply. Seventy Five Mile beach is a highway on the eastern side of the island.

Air Fraser also lands on the beach at different locations.