Once the sun has set and the whales are gone, there’s a lot more to Hervey Bay than meets the eye.
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Australia’s whale watching capital has once again shown its love for whales with the third annual Paddle out for Whales taking place on Saturday.
“Are you religious?” asked the Tangalooma guide as I lay paralysed on a razor thin plank of wood seesawing on the tip of the island’s mightiest sand dune. And with that, I was off with a whoosh and a whoop down a 60 metre sand dune.
Fraser Island is a beautiful retreat that offers the perfect formula; ocean views, nature, comfy bed, service with a smile and great food.
To me there is nothing like hitting the open road and driving off into the sunset…
It’s the largest sand island in the world which is pretty cool, there are around 100 dune lakes which at this time of year can be pretty cool, it’s a World Heritage site and is also home to the purest breed of Dingoes in Australia.
There’s something extremely special about witnessing these enormous, magnificent creatures up close and personal as they effortlessly cruise past.
Fraser Island. 124kms long with around 40 freshwater lakes contained within its body it is the largest sand island in the world.