Fraser Island Is In A Class Of Its OwnWednesday, 16 October 2013 10:00
FRASER ISLAND: It's no secret that the world's largest sand island has long attracted holiday makers from all corners of the globe, but with 90 kilometres of sand tracks to hike; the largest and the highest perched dune lakes in the world and the most complete age sequence of coastal dunes in the world to study, Fraser is attracting a new kind of visitor to town – school kids with a penchant for learning in the perfect interactive classroom.
One Fish, Two Fish, IFish, JewfishThursday, 10 October 2013 09:49
FRASER ISLAND: It feels like a rock star has come to Eurong Beach Resort. Hordes of hormonally-charged teenage girls aren't screaming their undying affection for One Direction... instead, beefy blokes in sand-stained four-wheel-drives are fist pumping and clambering for the attention of one man – Paul Worsteling – and he's Australian fishing TV royalty.
Kieren Perkins Headlines At Kingfisher BayThursday, 12 September 2013 05:26
FRASER ISLAND: Considered by many to be the best distance freestyler ever, Olympian Kieren Perkins will be showing his prowess out of the pool as he joins the Hervey Bay Chamber of Commerce as guest speaker for their biannual Fraser Island long lunch on November 22.
UK Soapie Fans Headed For Our NeighbourhoodMonday, 09 September 2013 17:38
FRASER ISLAND: At a time when both autumn leaves and temperatures are falling in the United Kingdom, Kingfisher Bay Resort, Channel 5 (in the UK) and Tourism and Events Queensland have teamed up to offer two lucky soapie fans the trip-of-a-lifetime to Australia.
An Epic Migration Of Thought: Whale Watching in 2013Wednesday, 28 August 2013 00:00
AUSTRALIA: Whaling in Australia started in the late 18th Century and the export of whale by-products, such as whale oil, became Australia's first primary industry. Whale bones were much sort after for whips, umbrellas and corsets, whilst blubber was unceremonious melted down and used in fuel, lubricants, candles and as a base for perfumes and soaps.