📸 — Noosa & Fraser Island, Australia

We left Noosa and drove to Hervey Bay to catch a ferry, rent a car, and do some 4WD’ing on Fraser Island. It was quite an adventure just to get there, but here are some highlight pictures of the trip… it was beautiful and you can read the story of our island adventure here.

Random facts we learned about Fraser Island:

  • Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world
  • If you have the chance to visit — consider doing a 4WD on your own camping trip. Most tour groups only get 20–30 min in each location.
  • The wild dingos are the healthiest and most pure bread dingos in the world and live on Fraser. They are most pure bread because there are no other dog like species that live there, and on the Island it is a protected area so the fish and food are much bigger and healthier for them to eat.
  • You can find trees that are no where else but on Fraser Island called — “Black butt eucalyptus” & “Burt bottoms” and “elf” something 😌
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We got wheels — and a truck in OZ is called a Ute. So this is our baby Ute!
The sand in Noosa would absorb your feet if you stood still for too long.
Noosa’s sand beach with water coming a few inches off the sand. You could walk across island to island.
Peaceful Noosa.
You can actually learn to make a guitar while drinking coffee. Oli really wanted to go but it was closed.
Meat pies and Ginger Beer — my new fav.
🔊 Sound on for this one. When you walked in the sand it made a weird noise.. kind of like a white board marker!
Both mangos cost $4 each. I think my right hand one is the winner.
#TreePhotography
Lookout point for Lake Wabby
In the sand pit of Lake Wabby
After taking the picture.. Maeghan had to run up and get the camera. She is athletic.
This is the road around the entire island. Some other tourists got stuck.
This was a ship on way to Japan that was lost in a cyclone and ended up on Fraser.
1 of 3 wild dingos we saw.
Lunch break.
A lake that is surrounded by tea trees. It makes the water turn colours and taste like tea! (its apparently good for the skin).
Maeghan driving like a grandma. Our friend Steve would approve.
This was Maeghan going to the camera to say “deal with it” as she built the tent.
A glimpse of the night sky. Its incredible.
Lake McKenzie the highlight of the trip.
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