Australia · 580 Days · 4 Moments · June 2015

Xenia's Jeep Tour on Fraser Island

28 January 2017

On our last day we crossed that fantastic Island for the last time to get back to the point where we would get on the barge. And finally we spotted some dingos which are famous for Fraser as we left on the ferry, accompanied by an absolutely overwhelming sunset ! Back in Harvey Bay on the mainland we even stopped to take a selfie with a random guy who spent $10000 on a dinosaur costume and scared the shot out of people on the side of the road.

1 July 2015

The Champagne Pools are located north of the Fraser Island and offer some quality views! To get there can be quite a challenge and priceless fun! Driving though sand is always fun and to get to this fabulous spot is rough at some points ;) We've packed our lunch bag and had breakfast with a priceless scenery. The name of this swimming holes are gives for its crystal clear salt water. While sitting on the rocks you can the massive waves crashing right in front of you and if you're lucky enough, you might spot some giant manta rays playing in the waves ;)

30 June 2015

Lake McKenzie is located in the centre of Fraser Island and is world famous for its clear water. The light blue is just breathtaking and seems unreal. And offers picnic spots for breakkie and lunch and heaps of parking spots in the middle of the jungle. That lake is one of the best things I've seen in my life. Nature at its best !

29 June 2015

Fraser Island is the biggest sand island in the world and the best way to do Fraser is of course by a 4w drive, such as our car was. For around $165 return off peak it'll get you and your vehicle there. ($50 walk on passengers) and it'll take around 30 minutes to get to Fraser Island. Once you arrived you can immediately start exploring. But don't forget to deflate your tyres, due to you're driving on sand !!! We stayed on the campground 'Cathedrals on Fraser' located on the west coast, so we had to cross the whole island and saw heaps of the amazing jungle that massive island has to offer. Once we made to the west coast we stopped at the famous Maheno ship wreck for a break. It's definitely worth a visit.