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If you're planning on taking a trip to the largest sand island in the world, you're probably wondering how to get there. Fraser Island is separated from mainland Australia by the Great Sandy Strait and, since the island has no bridges, visitors must either get there by sea or air. The most popular way to get to Fraser Island is by a ferry or barge from Hervey Bay - the whale-watching capital of the world, or Rainbow Beach. Alternatively, if you are a more adventurous soul, you can fly over to the island in a light aircraft and land on the beach itself-Either way, we've got you covered with everything you need to know to visit this natural wonder!

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If you're looking to visit the natural wonder that is Fraser Island in Queensland Australia, you're probably wondering how best to get there. There are several departure points to choose from, so depending on where you are planning on travelling to on the mainland, you'll want to arrange your itinerary accordingly. We've got everything you need to know before travelling to Fraser Island Below. 

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Fraser Island and Sydney are two popular destinations in Australia. Many people coming to Australia from other countries often find themselves starting their Aussie tour in Sydney, which has a large international airport, and wondering how they can get to other cities, towns and destinations in Australia.

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The famous Fraser Island and the stunning Whitsundays are both found on the east coast of Australia. They are about 1,000km apart from each other with easy transit in between. If you have a tour planned in either the Whitsundays or Fraser Island and have to travel between the two destinations, you should plan to arrive at least a day prior to your tour. Most tours start early in the day, and since it is a significant distance between the two, it's best to arrive early when travelling to ensure you make your departure on time.

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Rainbow Beach is a small tourist town located in Queensland, Australia. It is considered to be the southern gateway to Fraser Island, one of Australia’s most famous islands and the world's largest sand island! The town of Rainbow Beach derives its name from the coloured sands that can be seen throughout its dunes, which are one of the many things you can go explore while in Rainbow Beach.

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There are 2 ways to get to Fraser Island from the mainland. Since it is an island with no bridges visitors must either get there by water or by air. The most common way to get there is by a ferry or barge so guests can take their vehicle with them. Visitors to the island can choose to drive a 4WD to the island (either renting or taking their own) or by joining a tagalong or guided tour conducted by a tour company. Alternatively, guests can get a small plane from the mainland that will land on the beach of Fraser Island and begin their journey from there.

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Fraser Island is found near the coastline off of Queensland, Australia. It is in the Pacific Ocean near the mainland towns of Hervey Bay, Maryborough and Rainbow Beach in an area known as the Fraser Coast. Its main departure points are found near Hervey Bay at River Heads or near Rainbow Beach at Inskip Point where ferries or barges take guests from the mainland to the island and back.

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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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Fraser Island is accessible by sea or by air. Holidaymakers, tourists or visitors can grab a ferry from Hervey Bay or Rainbow Beach, or you can fly to the island in a plane and land on the beach itself to start your adventure!

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Fraser Island, which is the largest sand island in the world, is located 200 kilometres north of Brisbane, off the East Coast of Queensland, Australia. It is a long narrow island found near the mainland, with some parts only 1 kilometre offshore. It's one of the most beautiful bucket list destinations in the country, and if you're looking to visit, we can help you get there. 

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