Seventy-Five Mile Beach, Fraser Island

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World heritage site · Beach · Nature / Park
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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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  • The beach drive takes you away from the very bumpy tracks and at the same time is exhilarating as you travel the 70 odd klm's there and back. You also see the wreck and have a swim at Eli Creek. The.....  more
    The beach drive takes you away from the very bumpy tracks and at the same time is exhilarating as you travel the 70 odd klm's there and back. You also see the wreck and have a swim at Eli Creek. The.....  more »
  • Be prepared for a long drive as you go via Lake Mackenzie, Lake Wabby, Central Station, Pinnacles, indian head, champagne pools and Eli Creek.. would take you 2-3 days to see them all 
    Be prepared for a long drive as you go via Lake Mackenzie, Lake Wabby, Central Station, Pinnacles, indian head, champagne pools and Eli Creek.. would take you 2-3 days to see them all  more »
  • 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. 
    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 »
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  • You can drive here more than 70miles direct at the beach. More challenging is the driving through the sand trails inside the island. Speedlimit inside is most of the time 30km/h. It is only allowed to drive the beach at low tide and not at all through the salt water. Really a fun but be cartefull and watch out for creeks comming from inside. You need to order the car right in advance.
  • Impossible to get sick of driving up or down the beach. From dingoes to air craft to see. Beautiful spots to stop and have a break.
  • We loved driving along Seventy Five Mile Beach! We were lucky to see some wild dingoes on a few occasions, two of them running into the sea to lie in the water and cool themselves! Eli Creek, the Maheno Shipwreck and The Pinnacles were great stops along the way.
  • High way made with sand with speed limit sign. Awesome! So cool to see 4WD running along the beach.
  • Great 4wd exp worth the trip sighted dingoes

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