K’gari (Fraser Island) is the world’s largest sand island. The direct translation of K’gari, the indigenous people’s name for Fraser, is paradise. There’s undoubtedly something special about this place. Its bountiful forests, picture-perfect beaches, wild ocean and becalmed ocean strait, not to mention the freshwater lakes among other things, have all earned it World Heritage-listed status. The Fraser Island Great Walk is undoubtedly the best way to experience all of this. All of this walk is remote, and you will get to enjoy the serenity of the island and the unblemished natural environment entirely away from the busy tourist routes.
Massive trees are more than 6 metres wide and over 1000 years old.
The Island supports more than forty crystal-clear freshwater lakes, including Lake McKenzie, the jewel of K’gari.
An abundance of wildlife, whales, wallabies, dolphins and dugongs frolic and roam freely
Bird lover’s paradise. with over 240 species recorded in the area.
The 7-day version of this walk leaves out the walk from Lake Garawongera to Poyungan Valley.
Stay in and eat in comfort
TYPE OF WALK
per person twin/double share