Seventy-Five Mile Beach, Fraser Island

#1 of 6 in Beaches in Fraser Coast
World heritage site · Beach · Nature / Park
The name says it all at Seventy-Five Mile Beach, where the golden sand stretches for miles along the coast. The beach is wide enough for small charter planes to land and for four-wheel drive vehicles to approach the edge of the water. SUVs, cars, and motorbikes drive along this sandy strip dodging the tides and skidding along the top of the fresh, wet sand. Keep your eyes open for wildlife along the shores: You may see mutton birds or a fox nipping at fish who've gotten too close to the shore. Our Fraser Island online holiday maker makes visiting Seventy-Five Mile Beach and other Fraser Island attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • I couldn't believe we saw a whale and a dingo as we were driving up 75mile beach - felt very lucky to see them both from a safe distance.  more »
  • A sand highway with speed signs and an airstrip. The views are forever and the beach is safe to drive on. This is a must do experience and easy to do. Sunrise over this beach is spectacular, as it....  more »
  • High way made with sand with speed limit sign. Awesome! So cool to see 4WD running along the beach.
  • Unbelievable site to see.

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