Fraser Island Great Walk

Description

Measuring some 90km in total, from Dili Village to Happy Valley, the Fraser Island Great Walk will take you about six to eight days to complete if you decide to tackle the whole thing. The best news if you can also do it in sections.

Part of the Great Sandy National Park, along the way you’ll experience ever-changing landscapes, stunning scenery, fascinating nature, and cultural heritage. Highlights include:

  • towering rainforest
  • crystal-clear lakes 
  • coloured sands
  • vast sand dunes.

You’ll visit iconic sites such as Lake McKenzie, Wanggoolba Creek, Lake Wabby and Central Station. Enjoy coastal heathland, mangrove forest, woodland and subtropical rainforest.

Maps and camping information

Queensland Parks and Wildlife Services provides walkers’ camps which are small camping areas with few or no facilities along the Great Walk. Downloadable maps and information about camping and permits are available on the Queensland Government Department of National Parks, Sport and Racing website

Facilities

  • Queensland Parks and Wildlife Services provides walkers’ camps which are small camping areas with few or no facilities along the Great Walk.

Important Info

Location

Fraser Island

Price

  • Check with National Parks to see if you need a campsite or vehicle access permit

Contact Information

Attraction Map

Start in Dili Village

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