Fraser Island Conservation, QLD
Island is the world's largest sand island and an area of remarkable natural
beauty. The island is 123 km long and covers an area of 166,038 ha.
It was listed as a World Heritage Area in 1992.
Located in Queensland’s Great Sandy Region, Fraser Island is renowned for its natural assets; areas of natural beauty, desert-like sandblows and pristine freshwater lakes and streams. Revel in this magnificent setting while contributing to conservation on the island.
Conservation activities vary from season to season and include marine debris surveys, environmental rehabilitation and helping Queensland Parks and Wildlife Rangers to collect valuable biological specimens (scats) on the local Dingo populations. There is also time to explore this iconic natural area.
Fraser Island Conservation
Duration: 5 Days
Price: A$840 per person
4 night’s accommodation on Fraser Island • return transfers from Maroochydore • all meals • maximum 7 passengers • Conservation Volunteers guide • conservation activities • scheduled sightseeing activities on Fraser Island.
'I met some really great people and got to experience Fraser Island in a way I would have got to if just on holiday. I really learnt a lot as well. It was an invaluable experience.' TS - November 2012
Above images courtesy of Darren Jew/Tourism Queensland