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Dalle meraviglie naturali patrimonio mondiale agli incontri straordinari con uno dei mammiferi più grandi del mondo, la Fraser Coast è una regione diversa, perfetta per una vacanza rilassante con un pizzico di avventura.  
  • Esplorate Fraser Island: l'isola di sabbia più grande del mondo. Sgonfiate le gomme e scoprite la guida in fuoristrada mentre gironzolate lungo 75 Mile Beach oppure dirigetevi verso l'entroterra per fare un tuffo in uno dei laghi d'acqua dolce, delle piscine di roccia e dei torrenti incontaminati.
  • Da luglio a novembre Hervey Bay è l'habitat delle megattere. Divertitevi con questi giganti gentili mentre giocano nella baia protetta e fanno sfoggio della loro abilità di saltar fuori dall'acqua.
  • Dar da mangiare ai delfini con le mani è una cosa da fare assolutamente, oppure tornate indietro nel tempo per esplorare Maryborough, che è disseminata di edifici coloniali, pub storici e musei. 

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Queens Park Waterfall

Maryborough, Fraser Coast Area
Free Entry
Enjoy the popular spot for picnics, the Queens Park Waterfall. The waterfall area of Maryborough's Queens Park was originally a quarry, which was later converted into a pond, that is regularly home to several ducks swimming on its surface or even catching some sun on the edges.

Birdwatching on the Fraser Coast

Hervey Bay, Fraser Coast Area
Free Entry
The Fraser Coast offers a great range of birdwatching opportunities with over 250 species identified. Every year thousands of migratory shorebirds visit Hervey Bay and the Great Sandy Strait from destinations as far away as Japan, Alaska and Siberia.

Birthplace of PL Travers

Maryborough, Fraser Coast Area
Free Entry
Featured on Maryborough's Walk and Drive Tour - this rendered brick building, the Former Australian Joint Stock Bank, was built in 1882 for the Maryborough Branch of the Australian Joint Stock Bank. The Union Bank occupied the building from 1906.

Maryborough Town Hall Green

Maryborough, Fraser Coast Area
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For many decades Maryborough Town Hall Green has been a place for residents and visitors to meet and is a popular vantage point to sit and watch the passing parade. It was here at the site of the first Maryborough court house, police station and gaol, that in 1877, gallows and a hangman were brought from Brisbane and two felons were publicly hung.

Fraser Coast Discovery Sphere

Hervey Bay, Fraser Coast Area
From AU$1 - 2
Immerse yourself in the incredible world of the humpback whale and be inspired by uniqueness of Fraser Island at the Fraser Coast Discovery Sphere in Hervey Bay. Fascinating interpretive panels and interactive displays also explore the outstanding beauty and diversity of the Great Sandy Biosphere.

264 Kent Street

Maryborough, Fraser Coast Area
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264 Kent Street is another great addition to the variety of historically significant buildings to be found in Maryborough on the Fraser Coast. This building at 264 Kent Street was erected in 1875 and was occupied by J H Bliss, a watchmaker and jeweller, who specialised in the supply and repair of maritime chronometers, barometers, sextants and navigational instruments.

HMAS Tobruk Dive

Hervey Bay, Fraser Coast Area
From AU$0 - 250
A new diving attraction to the Fraser Coast. The 217 metre heavy-lift former navy ship which was involved in 26 major operations will spend the rest of its lift in the waters between the Fraser Coast and Bundaberg as a dive site.

Urangan Pier

Hervey Bay, Fraser Coast Area
Free Entry
A must see attraction at Queensland's Fraser Coast is Hervey Bay's famous and historic Urangan Pier - it's one of the longest in Australia and stretches for almost one kilometre into the ocean. A walk to the end will reward with spectacular views of Hervey Bay and the chance to see schools of fish, stingrays or pods of dolphin just metres out to sea.

Bauer and Wiles Memorial Fountain

Maryborough, Fraser Coast Area
Free Entry
Australia's only outbreak of the pneumonic plague was in Maryborough in 1905. This fountain, situated to the Lennox Street side of City Hall, is a memorial to the two Nurses Cecilia Bauer and Rose Wiles who courageously volunteered to nurse victims of the plague.

Eli Creek

Fraser Island, Fraser Coast Area
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Eli Creek, the largest creek on the eastern beach of Fraser Island, pours up to four million litres of clear, fresh water into the ocean every hour. Eli Creek is a popular picnic and swimming spot, with a boardwalk that follows the creek inland through banksia and pandanus.
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