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Champagne pools at Indian Head one of most popular tourist attractions on FraserHop on the barge and enjoy your journey to the island
Taking a morning stroll through the campgroundThe convenience shop is well stocked with everything from chemist to camping needs
during holiday seasons, festive flags fly all over fraser islandTake safe beach driving seriously so you don’t end up like this guy!Snakes are also common in the bush of Fraser island
The towering coloured sand pinnacles after which Cathedrals is named
Cathedrals shop,
Enjoy a hot meal, coffee or an ice cream on the shop’s covered verandaYour one-­stop island convenience shop-restaurant, coffee shop, reception and bottle shop, all-­in-­one!One of the large outdoor BBQ and picnic areas for guest to use during their stay
Top camp kitchenBase camp kitchenTop camp amenities block
Remember, the beach is a highway like any otherBe careful at creek crossings
Dingoes roam the beaches of Fraser island, so know how to respond to an encounterDuring certain times of the year, the wind blows large jelly fish ashoreYou can walk to the beach from Cathedrals
Self-contained cabinsSpacious, shady campsitesTailor season an anglers paradise
With a satellite dish and an air conditioner, these campers aren’t roughing it this year!Cathedrals shop, customer deemed “The oasis in the desert.”Permanently erected canvas under canvas tents
The island is great for four-­wheel drivingHappy campers preparing to set out for a day of island adventuresDingoes freely roam Fraser Island
Goannas frequently roam the campgroundThe beach is full of little treasures, but removal of such items is prohibitedFour-­wheel driving on the beach
Gather your friends and family and catch a magical Fraser Island sunset from the beachGo for a swim in the Champagne PoolsKick back for a relaxing day at Eli Creek
Enjoy year-­round angling on Fraser Island beachesHike to the top of Indian head and soak up the spectacular viewCheck out the Maheno Shipwreck, beached on Frasers eastern beach
Fraser’s most popular freshwater swimming hole, Lake McKenzieFrom July to October, humpback whales can usually be spotted on their migration journey northThe beach is full of great photo opportunities
The inland tracks provide a great four-­wheel driving adventure

Cathedrals on Fraser is the best kept secret on Fraser Island… the staff is friendly and efficient... The idyllic campgrounds are not only clean and safe but you have the added luxury of hot showers and laundry facilities. The shop is well stocked with fresh supplies in abundance and if they don’t have what you want, they’ll source it for you! Peter and Cathy are your hosts and they do an excellent job. The location is well placed for day trips to the north, south and inland. Just a great place for couples and families to enjoy a wonderful relaxing holiday.