A Day on Fraser Island, Queensland, Australia.

Sunday 11th November

Up at 4.45 am had a breakfast and be waiting at the gate for pickup at 6.30 am. It is still raining very hard but will still enjoy. We had other people to pick up on our way to Inskip point where we drive onto the ferry. The tide was so high we could not drive up the Rainbow beach, may do it on our way back they said. The back roads we went on and the forests we drove through are really lovely even in this rain. At Inskip we had a pit stop some people grabbed a bite to eat then we headed for the 1 km drive along the sands to board, the sea’s are very rough, windy and awesome.

Crossing Over. It was a rough crossing but fun.

View for morning tea This was the view from our wee smoko break on Fraser Island. We drove on up the beach then headed for Lake McKenzie through sand tracks and rainforest, pristine creeks, all so pure and natural.

Sam getting lunch sorted This is Sam getting lunch ready for us all, the weather was real grotty but no problem for Sam and the spread he put on was real nice, plenty of food for every one, even catered for Gluten Free diet.

Rainforest, Fraser Island Pristine waters, it is so hard to tell if there is water in this creek but it is so pure and clean, like a spring as it is filtered through the sands. You can see it bubbling up in places.

Pick up from Fraser.

It was a rough crossing going back as well but what a fabulous day.Coloured Sands, Rainbow Beach.

This is the Rainbow coloured sands at Rainbow Beach, The rest of the trip went real good and the Lake was lovely but to wet to get photos, some very steep country on the Island and we only saw a fraction of it, I will be going back at some later time. The history that goes with Fraser Island is incredible and interesting.