What travelers say about Fraser Island
Fraser Island is approximately 300 km north of Brisbane.
Fraser Island is said to be the largest sand-island all over the world; it’s listed as a World Heritage Site since 1992.
However, what makes this island unique worldwide, further than its sandy beaches and breath-taking views of the ocean, is the total lack of paved roads : the only highway on the island is actually a long beach, practicable only by 4x4 jeeps.
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