Over the past week, I had the opportunity to explore a small part of the heritage listed Fraser Island.What an amazing trip it was!

Going to sleep in a swag, under the stars and waking up in the morning to the sound of birds was an amazing experience.

Since getting back, I’ve had little time to go though the photos I had captured but here are two photos that have stood out so far. I’ll be posting a few more photos and stories over the next few weeks.

The above photo was taken on the south-western side of the island. It’s a no driving area and we quickly found out why. Once the tide started to come in, it didn’t take long before we were pushed back up the beach. If you were on a section of beach with no access road, you were buggered, the whole coast was lined with trees to the high tide line.

Dingos are a common sight on Fraser Island, we noticed them every morning and evening roaming around the beach. They look quite cute but I was keen to keep my distance. This one trotted to about 15 meters from me and just sat down. I wasn’t sure whether I should have moved so I stayed there till he decided to wander away.