Fraser Coast

Boasting World Heritage listed islands, spectacular coloured sands, freshwater lakes, towering rainforests and the whale watching capital of Australia, the Fraser Coast region offers nothing but beauty and adventure.

Come and explore the true pioneering spirit of the Burrum Coast or the tiny seaside community of Toogoom.

The largest sand island in the world, Fraser Island is nature at its awe-inspiring best. Hervey Bay, Australia’s whale watching capital, is bordered by the hinterland and the lovely historical village of Howard. Just 25 minutes away is Torbanlea providing an insight into the history of the area and close by is Maryborough, widely recognised for its examples of colonial and Queenslander architecture.

Located along the banks of the Great Sandy Strait, Boonooroo maintains its ‘old fishing village’ character, whilst Poona retains its charm and relaxed lifestyle. Maaroom features great waterfront views of Fraser Island and with the town of Tiaro being the home of the original Macadamia, its landscape is dominated by Mt. Bauple National Park.

Tinnanbar is a quaint village offering visitors a secluded spot to enjoy the passing sea turtles and dugongs, and secluded in the midst is Tin Can Bay a tranquil getaway known for its eco-tourism and Rainbow Beach, a heavenly sub-tropical paradise.

Escape the hustle and bustle of life and experience the Fraser Coast – because nothing compares to nature.

See the “>trip planner to plan your trip in this region.

Pictured Top: Lake Mckenzie. Credit: Tourism Queensland

Pictured Below: Wanggoolba Creek at Central Station,A Credit:A Tourism Queensland

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