Easily Queensland's best "highway", the beach located on the eastern side of Fraser Island is gaining a well-earned reputation as a must-visit destination with plenty of attractions to stop and enjoy along the way.
Home to the iconic Maheno Shipwreck and the incredible Pinnacles Coloured Sands, the beach is also one of Australia's few beach airstrips. Visitors can to take in a bird's eye view of the world's largest sand island and land back on the beach with Air Fraser.
Visitors who are looking for places to cool off are spoilt for choice with the clear cool freshwaters of Eli Creek flowing out to the beach, or the natural rock "spas" of Fraser Island's Champagne Pools proving to be popular spots with visitors and locals alike.
Not only is Seventy-Five Mile Beach one of the most picturesque beaches; it is also renowned as offering some of the best beach fishing in the world. Keen anglers and professional "wormers" flock to the breaks and gutters catching seasonal tailor, whiting, flathead, golden and silver trevally.
For travellers who still have Seventy-Five Mile beach on their bucket list, there are plenty of options on how you can plan your visit. Those wanting to stay right on the beachfront of this natural wonder while enjoying great meals, ice-cold drinks and comfortable accommodation should look no further than Eurong Beach Resort.
Positioned in the heart of Seventy-Five Mile Beach, Eurong Beach Resort is the ideal "base" for a Fraser Island adventure, offering easy access not only to the famous beach, but an array of freshwater lakes and incredible sand blows scattered across this World Heritage-listed island.
If you don't have a four-wheel drive, you don't have to miss out on all the fun- visitors can book a one or two-day tour with Fraser Explorer Tours and experience all the very best of Fraser Island has to offer.
It's not hard to see why TripAdvisor travellers rate their experience on Seventy-Five Mile Beach so highly, but if you want to experience it for yourself, there's no better time to book your Fraser Island adventure.