Fraser Island stretches over 123 kilometres in length and 22 kilometres at its widest point. With an area of 184 000 hectares it is the largest sand island in the world. Dunes weathered into unusual towering formations fringe ancient rainforest, crystal creeks and lakes of blue, green and brown.
Fraser Island, Queensland, is the world's largest sand island, a spectacular natural wonderland and a World Heritage Area. Left to right: Wanggoolba Creek running through rainforest to the sea; Lake McKenzie; pristine sand dunes and deep blue ocean. Inset: Dingo.