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Whether you are looking for a short stroll through virgin rainforest or a full day walk, Fraser Island has plenty of options to satisfy every need.

Almost all attractions have vehicle access but for some there is nothing quite like getting close to nature by walking.

The most popular and easy walks include the walk to Lake Wabby where you can view the huge eels as they glide slowly through the water. Rainbow Gorge and the Pinnacles walk, although short give a spectacular view of our world famous coloured sands.

The walk along Woongoolba Creek at Central Station is one of the most popular walks on the island. The water is so clear that it is hard to tell how deep it is. This creek is home to some rare ferns found nowhere else in the world.

A stroll along the boardwalk at Eli Creek is a very special thing to do. You can even walk back through the creek to the mouth. If you are looking for something a little more adventurous we highly recommend the Pile Valley and Valley of the Giants tracks where you will walk among the Giant Satinay trees.

The walk up Indian Head (named by Captain Cook), is considered a must do by a lot of visitors. It is from this point the local indigenous tribe gathered to view the Endeavour as it sailed past on its voyage of discovery. Slightly further north there is a short walk to the champagne pools, where you can swim in sheltered rock pools as the waves break over the natural sea wall creating an effervescent effect.

At the northern end of the island you can walk up the hill to the historic Sandy Cape Light House. The views are spectacular from this point.

No matter how keen or fit you are there are always plenty of bush walking options on Fraser Island. Our central location makes getting to the start of these walks very easy.