Discover Fraser Island's iconic natural attractions - better known as the Beauty Spots - on this full day ranger guided tour. Start off with a visit to Lake McKenzie where you can take a dip in the crystal clear waters or relax on the sandy white beaches. Next up, travel to the former logging station, Central Station, then stroll along the Wanggoobla Creek, riddled with ancient King Ferns, Gum and Pine trees. After that, discover the island's most magnificent satinay and brush box forests at Pile Valley. Then, drive along the famous 75 Mile Beach, where you might even spot some humpback whales! One of Fraser Island's most recognizable landmarks, visit the rusting wreck of the Maheno, which washed ashore in 1935, and discover the technicolor sand formations of the Pinnacles Coloured Sands. Drop by Eli Creek and admire the crystal clear freshwater creek. Finally, for the last stop of the day, discover Fraser Island's sand dunes - and the ever shifting Stonetool Sand Blow.