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There are many different aspects to Fraser Island, but the awe inspiring beauty of Lake MacKenzie..75 Mile Beach Information
In the great tradition of many Australian place names, 75 Mile Beach was so named because it is..Maryborough Information
Maryborough was settled in 1847 and is one of Queensland's oldest provincial cities. Located three..Bunya Mountains Information
The majestic Bunya Mountains, situated about 150 kilometres from the coast, is a spectacular..Central Station Information
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Bordered by 40 kilometres of pristine beaches, Hervey Bay offers access to islands, adventure, wildlife and a beautiful safe aquatic playground for visitors. The Bay is easily accessible from Brisbane: just a 3.5 hour drive or a short 45 minute ﬂight away.
Hervey Bay is renowned the world over for its whale watching opportunities. On their annual migration between the feeding grounds of Antarctica and the Great Barrier Reef, majestic humpback whales spend between three and ﬁve days in Hervey Bay, resting or feeding their newborn calves. Their arrival sparks off the annual Whale Festival in August, when the city comes alive with music, food and parades in celebration of the beauty of nature.
Hervey Bay is also the gateway to World Heritage-listed Fraser Island, a stunning example of pristine Australian wilderness. The north-facing sheltered waters of Hervey Bay are protected by Fraser Island, offering a perfect swimming environment – a big plus for families. The area is also known for its superb ﬁshing: try your luck from the beach, off the rocks and the pier, or head out on a deep-sea ﬁ shing charter. The region is also great for active adventures such as horse riding and go-karting. Hervey Bay's foreshore offers 14 kilometres of shared pedestrian, wheelchair and bicycle pathways, as well as children's play areas, beach hire, public shower and toilet facilities and areas for picnics and barbecues.
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