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This beautiful rainforest area houses a display explaining the development of the island and its various flora and fauna, an info centre and a picnic area.Many walks leave from Central Station. Stroll along the Wanggoolba Creek walk through the rainforest. Visit the peaceful Basin Lake, or stand among some impressive satinay trees in Pile Valley.
For a unique bathing experience, visit the Champagne Pools just north of Indian Head. These pools provide a very popular swimming hole with the surf crashing over a natural volcanic rock barrier into shallow sandy pools.
Eli Creek is the largest creek on the eastern beach of Fraser Island, pouring up to four million litres of clear, fresh water into the ocean every hour. The creek is a popular picnic and swimming spot, with a boardwalk that follows it inland through banksia and pandanus.
Enjoy spectacular views from Indian Head, a high, rocky headland at the northern end of Fraser Island. Watch the magnificent humpback whales with their young as they pass between August and November.
Lake McKenzie is one of Fraser Island’s most popular fresh water lakes. Favoured by bush walkers and nature lovers, the lake has picnic and camping facilities and invites visitors to take a refreshing dip in its calm blue water.