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I know just the place: Peter Meyer, Fraser Island

Do you know a place where you can immerse yourself in World Heritage wilderness on the largest sand island in the world? A place where you can explore the planet’s oldest sand dunes and sink your toes into the silica sand of a 75-mile beach? Welcome to Fraser Island.

Just north of the Sunshine Coast, Fraser Island is a 30-minute ferry ride from Hervey Bay. Let your guide from Kingfisher Bay Resort be your interpreter as you uncover ancient rainforests, dive into fresh water lakes and indulge in the natural beauty of this magnificent island.

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I know just the place: Vivienne Golding, Noosa Everglades

Come take a paddle around the pristine waterways of one of Queensland’s best-kept secrets, the Noosa Everglades. One of only two everglades in the world, this wetland wilderness is a million miles away from what you know of the Sunshine Coast. And local guide, Vivienne Golding, can’t wait to show it to you.

Explore the Noosa Everglades with Kanu Kapers:

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I know just the place: Cathy Gatley, Mon Repos Conservation Park, Bundaberg

Bundaberg is just the place between November and March to witness a miracle that takes place nightly on the shores of Mon Repos beach. It is the place where over 50% of the entire concentration of nesting Loggerhead turtles in the Southern Hemisphere comes to lay their eggs. These mumma turtles were born here as long as 80 years ago, hatched from a nest with roughly 100 siblings and made a scramble for the ocean. They survived the 1 in 1000 odds of surviving to maturity and now they use the Earth’s magnetic field as an internal GPS to find their way back home and repeat the cycle.

Visit the turtles in Bundaberg on the Southern Great Barrier Reef:

Ranger guided encounters operate seven nights a week from 7pm from November to late March
*Nesting Turtles can be viewed after dark from Nov to Jan.
*Turtle hatchlings can be viewed at night from Jan to March.

I know just the place: Matt Burns, Quandamooka Man, North Stradbroke Island

We know a place where you can learn about the indigenous culture of one of the largest sand islands in the world .

The majority of the Aboriginal people on the island are descendants from three tribal groups known as Quandamooka that inhabited Moreton Bay.

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