K’gari – which translates to English as ‘paradise’ in the language of the traditional owners, the Butchulla people. The island was named Fraser Island from 1836 to 2021. K’gari stretches more than 120 kilometres in length and almost 25 kilometres in width.
Not just blue water and sun-drenched sand, The Queensland Island is a place of otherworldly beauty. World Heritage-listed wilderness frames spectacular sunsets and a hit list of unique natural attractions. Epic sand dunes, freshwater lakes and creeks and 83,400 hectares of towering forests await families.