Walk through low coastal scrub and sheltered cypress forest to the coloured sands at Rainbow Gorge on World Heritage Listed Fraser Island.
The highlight is the eerie lunar landscape of Kirra Sandblow where a spring-fed stream creates small sand formations and has exposed the underlying sandstone rock. This is an area that affords walkers a special opportunity to indulge in some creative photography, so don't forget the camera.
Wear sturdy footwear, sunscreen and a hat and avoid walking in the hottest part of the day. Carry sufficient drinking water.
Do not dive into the lakes, or swim in the ocean.
Be Dingo safe; follow the guidelines given in brochures and on signs. Refer to the QPWS website for more detailed information.
Birds are plentiful early morning and this pleasant walk can be enjoyed all year round. Walk early morning or late afternoon to avoid the crowds and midday sun.
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