The Fraser Coast Region

Welcome to our paradise

Otherwise known as the Fraser Coast on Queensland’s coast, we are approximately 3.5 hours drive north of Brisbane. The Fraser Coast is home to many natural and waterside treasures including the region’s gems, Fraser Island – the world’s largest sand island and Hervey Bay, where the majestic humpback whales choose to holiday every year from July to November. The waters between Hervey Bay and Fraser Island, known as the Great Sandy Strait, provide an amazing base for boat lovers and those who want to witness the beauty of Fraser Island (K’gari) from the water.

The local Butchulla people call Fraser Island, K’gari, meaning paradise. Once you’ve sailed with a view of this 124km beauty, you’ll understand why!

There are so many hidden spots ready to be uncovered on your next water-based adventure but check out a few of our favourites below.

Pelican Bank

Secluded island views? Yes please! Anchor up near this sand bank not far from the Great Sandy Straits harbour for the perfect spot to crack open some champagne with some postcard view to match. If you are travelling past this sand bank at the right time, you may also catch a glimpse of pelicans joining together to watch the sun go down.

Coongul Creek

Make sure you bring the rods for this one – Coongul Creek on Fraser Island is a hot spot for local fishers and is found to have Bream, Flathead and Whiting. Not an avid fisher? It’s also the perfect spot to anchor up when the tide is right and spend the day on the 5km stretch of beach found at the creek.

Big Woody Island

As soon as you leave us at the Great Sandy Straits Marina, you’ll be able to see views of Woody Island in the distance behind the aptly named ‘Round Island’. Big Woody is home to two heritage listed lighthouses and a large variety of birdlife that call it home.

Triangle Cliffs

When sailing along the coast of Fraser Island make sure you look up to spot the magnificent coloured dunes of Triangle Cliffs on the beach that stretches from Coongul Creek through to Wathumba Creek. The coloured and cliffed dunes are up to 90 meters high so can’t be missed.

Wathumba Creek

While on your ocean escape around our backyard, be sure to sail on into Wathumba Creek (when the tide is right) for epic crystal clear waters perfect for a swim or snorkel.

Kingfisher Bay

An anchorage just in front of North White Cliffs which will give you great views of the famous Kingfisher Bay Resort. Along with 10/10 views, you’ll also find this is a great place for a spot of fishing.