Fraser Island beaches

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    THE IMPRESSIVE 75 MILE BEACH RUNS ALMOST THE ENTIRE LENGTH OF THE EASTERN SIDE OF THE ISLAND: Photo courtesy of Tourism Queensland
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    A GREAT WAY TO EXPLORE THE BEACH IS IN A FOUR WHEEL DRIVE: Photo courtesy of Tourism Queensland
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75 Mile Beach

The impressive 75 Mile Beach runs almost the entire length of the east coast of the island. It is not recommended to swim from the beach as there can be strong currents and plenty of Tiger Sharks that wouldn't mind a nibble. However, there are places worth a visit, like Champagne Pools, Indian Head (where you can often see the sharks in the surf), the Maheno Wreck and Eli Creek. The beach also acts as both a highway and a runway, so take caution of other vehicles and the occasional light aircraft.