Waddy Point on Fraser Island
Waddy Point is a popular camping area on the north-east coast of Fraser Island, only a few kilometres east of the township of Orchid Beach. Ideally located for island exploration, Waddy Point is close to some of Fraser Island’s top attractions such the Binngih Sandblow, the Champagne Pools and Indian Head, only 5 km north.
There are two campgrounds in this area - Waddy Point Top (dingo-fenced) and Waddy Point Beach Front. Both offer spectacular wilderness camping with ocean views and a few small luxuries such as flushing toilets and coin-operated hot showers. There are also communal fire rings for toasting marshmallows, coin-operated BBQs and a transfer station on the beach.
Travellers staying at Waddy Point can enjoy some of the best fishing gutters on the island - thousands of anglers visit every year to catch the plentiful tailor, dart, bream, flathead and whiting from the beach. On a calm day, Marloo Bay’s sheltered waters are perfect for kayaking, canoeing or trying your luck at stand-up paddleboarding.
Visit Waddy Point’s rocky headland to explore the natural rock pools, stroll along the sand dunes to Conner’s Corner or take the 2.4km return track to the Binngih Sandblow - there is plenty to keep everyone entertained at Wabby Point.
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