Welcome to the new Australia Work Pack email giving you top local tips for your travel and time in Australia. This week’s spotlight is on Rainbow Beach – the entry to Fraser Island and the 41,000 hectare Cooloola National Park.
The World Heritage site of Fraser Island is just 15 minutes from Rainbow Beach. You can only access Fraser Island by 4WD and the vehicular barges operating out of Inskip Point. On the island you’ll get to enjoy rainforests, lakes and beach driving.
The uninterrupted white beaches, colourful sand cliffs, freshwater lakes, ancient rainforests and crystal-clear creeks all contribute to what makes this a World Heritage Site.
Fraser Island boasts the most complete sequence of coastal dune systems in the world and they are still evolving.
Situated in the heart of Rainbow Beach and just minutes from the world famous Fraser Island.
A small family owned Backpackers, catering for independent travellers who really want to see the local area and all it has to offer – your Home away from Home!!
Most people book for a night and stay for a week!!
When in Rainbow Beach, a stroll over to Carlo Sand Blow is an absolute must. There you’ll have spectacular views of Tin Can Inlet, Double Island point and The Coloured Sands. Simply follow the walking track from the reservoir on Cooloola Drive for 600m as you pass through woodlands until the natural sand blow.
Known for its dolphin feeding, Tin Can Bay is only 30 minutes from Rainbow Beach. Visitors get to experience the beautiful creatures while getting the opportunity to hand feed them.