Fraser Island – the rest

I have well and truly failed in my aim to finish showing you Fraser Island before embarking on my next holiday. In fact, by the time this post ‘goes to air’ I will have been in Vietnam for nearly two weeks. I suppose that’s what happens when you take nearly nine months to get through your holiday photos :). Hopefully you’ll see the next round much sooner (plus I may even get around to some un-holiday related posts too).

In the meantime however I want to share with you some of the other parts of Fraser Island that we saw.

















Okay, so the last photo is actually of lunch at Burleigh Heads on the way home – it was about time for a petrol stop anyway and we knew we wouldn’t be back in the area for quite a long time (not that you need an excuse to stop in at Commune Cafe).

Sorry for the lack of description that has accompanied these past few posts, please feel free to ask questions in the comments :).


6 thoughts on “Fraser Island – the rest

    • It is an absolutely beautiful part of the country, I highly recommend a visit 🙂 (I am determined to get this next round of holiday posts sorted asap … there are other things I want to talk about one day!)

  1. Those sandblows are so neat! How weird. Love the color of the water also.

    Vietnam?? You absolutely cannot hold out on us for nine months!

  2. I will absolutely try very hard to not hold out on you for nine months this time ’round. Luckily for you there’s still two weeks until school starts back so I have a couple of extra hours in my life at the moment.

    • It was absolutely stunning, although I think our ‘off peak’ travel habit definitely helped … it can get pretty crowded even there during summer school holidays.

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