Picture The World Project, Australia

Seventy-Five-Mile-Beach-Drive Fraser Island

Photo by Beth Meyer of recipeforadventures.com

World Heritage listed, Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world and the largest island on Australia’s East Coast. The island stretches over 123kms and Seventy-Five Mile Beach is an actual highway you can cruise down in a 4WD vehicle. Fraser Island is home to more than 100 fresh water lakes, white sandy beaches, Champagne Pools, giant sand dunes, dingoes, magnificent views, crystal clear creeks, ocean life (including sharks) and a shipwreck! Visit the island for the day to fish or make the most of the experience and spend a few nights camping under thousands of stars and the most vivid view of the Milky Way – be careful of the dingoes though!

I’ll be nominating Danielle Limmiatis (of PencilsandPassports.com) and Paul Kuhn (@pkrippa).

Thanks Beth. This photo really captures the spirit of Australia with great beaches and adventure! Oveer to Danielle and Paul.

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