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Fraser Island has 3 landing points: two which depart from River Heads and land at the Kingfisher Bay Ramp and the Fraser Venture Ramp and a third that departs from Inskip Point outside of Rainbow Beach and lands on the southern tip of the island at Hook Point.

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Fraser Island is an easy to book destination on the eastern coast of Australia. It’s the world’s largest sand island and it sits off the coast of Queensland near Rainbow Beach and Hervey Bay - the two major departure points to the island. It is one of the most iconic destinations in Australia and is by far one of the most unique islands in the world. It is famous for its freshwater lakes, tranquil creeks, curious dingoes and sandy highway and is visited by thousands of people every year. Luckily for you, it’s easier to book than ever.

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You can purchase alcohol at five locations on Fraser Island. Eurong, Happy Valley, Cathedrals on Fraser, Orchid Beach Trading Post and Kingfisher Resort all have places where you can purchase your favourite drinks to enjoy in the evenings after a long day of exploring! This convenience is ideal if you have forgotten to stock up or have run out of alcohol during your trip!

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Fraser Island has five locations on the island where fuel can be purchased. Four are found on the eastern side, with one of the western side of the island.

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Fraser Island has a number of settlements around the island where you can obtain supplies that may be necessary during your Fraser Island adventure. On the island you will find all the essentials including fuel, food, souvenirs and more, depending on where you are headed! There are five areas on the island where supplies are available: Eurong, Happy Valley, Cathedrals on Fraser, Orchid Beach, and Kingfisher. All destinations provide food and fuel, ensuring you are never far from the essentials.

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Fraser Island is part of the Great Sandy National Park and does not allow domestic pets on the island, including dogs. The one exception to the rule is assistance dogs such as seeing-eye or hearing dogs, which require a permit before being allowed on the island.

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Since Fraser Island is an island with no bridges to and from the mainland, you must get there by alternative means, such as by ferry, barge or plane! The most popular way is by ferry or barge, with most people either driving their own four wheel drive vehicle or by joining a tour to the island that supplies 4WD in a tagalong tour, or by hopping on a 4WD bus. 

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Hervey Bay is a coastal town located in Queensland, Australia. It is known for its proximity to Fraser Island and for its annual whale watching season. Hervey Bay has a population of just over 50,000 people and has a variety of accommodation and activities for its visitors to do while they are here. With much to see and do you can make the most of your time in Hervey Bay and enjoy the Fraser Coast at its best!

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The S.S. Maheno Shipwreck is one of the many attractions that can be found on Fraser Island. Along with Eli Creek, Champagne Pools and Lake McKenzie, it is one of the top sites to visit on the island. It has been beached there since 1935.

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Fraser Island was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1992. It is the world's largest sand island and is recognised for its outstanding universal values. The island is home to unique sites such as perched lakes, rainforests and complex sand dunes.

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