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Weather, Tides, Ferry & Permits

Fraser Island Weather

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Click here for Eurong (Fraser Island) Weather Information

Fraser Island  Weather- Tide Times

https://parks.des.qld.gov.au/recreation-areas/vehicle_access_permit_fees.html#vehicle_access_permit_fees

Click here for Noosa Heads Tide Times


Click here for Eurong (Fraser Island) Tide Times

fraser island weather

Inskip Barge (Ferry) Information

 

Manta Ray – Fraser Island Barges (Ferry)

Camping Permit Information

1.       Online at www.qld.gov.au/camping

2.       or by booking in person at:

  • Manta-Ray Barge – 66 Rainbow Beach Road, Rainbow Beach.
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  • Rainbow Beach Foodworks –  Rainbow Beach Rd, Rainbow Beach.
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  • Rainbow Beach IGA –  9/48 Rainbow Beach Rd, Rainbow Beach.
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  • QPW Information Centre  –  Rainbow Beach Road, Rainbow Beach.
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  • Great Sandy National Park Information Centre –  Tewantin (Noosa) 100m before barge.

3.       or by Phone – 13 13 04 (24hrs, 7 days).

Sand information

the amount of moisture in the sand and plant colonization.

young dunes behind the eastern beaches are colonized and stabilized

by spinifex grass and other coastal plants adapted to harsh salt and wind conditions.

In the sheltered central regions of the island, where the dunes are stable and there are more nutrients for growth,

diverse plant communities and rainforests are found.

Stone tool Sand blow is an active mobile blow which covered a forest.

Now you can see this ancient forest being uncovered as the sand blow moves across the island.

It takes its name from the Aboriginal stone tools which were found there.

The coloured sands on Fraser Island occur north of Eli Creek

and comprise 72 different colours, mostly reds and yellows.

 coloured sand is caused by the leaching of oxides that coat each grain of sand, causing bands of colour.

Seventy-Five Mile Beach is an amazing beach highway where all road rules apply,

the speed limit is 80 kilometres an hour and you must give way to aeroplanes landing and taking off.

Spot the birds of prey and sea birds that make their home on the east coast and keep an eye out for dingoes.

 

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