Fraser Island – Swimming with (near) sharks, dancing with (near) dogs

Three days on the world’s largest island sandpit, swimming in clear, clean water, lying in the sun and looking out for shipwrecks, dingos and sharks: sounds like me.
Camping out on Fraser Island is a real return to nature – and that includes snakes, spiders, wild dogs patrolling round your tent and swimming in a rock-made water pool backing on to a sea full of tiger sharks.
Navigating your way round the sand island while someone you’ve met two hours previously revs a four-by-four across the barely accessible forest pathways.
Camping out, cooking your own food and having the odd beer (or two…)
What a great three days…

2 Comments to Fraser Island – Swimming with (near) sharks, dancing with (near) dogs

  1. All sounds wonderful, except for the snakes and spiders. Sorry, love animals but if they have more than 4 legs (or less than 2) I’m a real little baby 🙂

  2. Ian Rhodes says:

    Hard to avoid in Australia, lots of dangerous critters about. But worth it I promise you…

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