Waddy Lodge is located at Waddy Point, Fraser Island, Queensland Australia. This unique spot boasts an absolute beachfront location, hidden away from the bustle of more popular tourist areas. Access is via 4WD.

The accommodation at Waddy Lodge includes two absolute beach and ocean front units. There is no better way to escape from a busy life and kick back, relax and take in the beautiful surrounds.

This comprehensive website should answer all of your questions about this remarkable location but if you have any further questions please don't hesitate to contact us, we are here to help.

Take the time to visit some of the major sights on Fraser Island. For your safety try to avoid areas without formal walking tracks or designated roads. Here are just a few of the more popular sights to see:

Waddy Point headland - Watch for sea turtles, sharks, fish and stingrays.

Binngih Sandblow (Waddy Point) - Views across Waddy Point headland and north over Marloo Bay to Sandy Cape, the site of the only lighthouse on Fraser Island.

Lake Boomanjin - This is the largest perched lake in the world.

Central Station - A large collection of walks leave from Central Station.

Lake McKenzie - This inland, perched lake is a popular site. White sand and sparkling blue waters attract many visitors.

Eli Creek - Cool off next to this crystal clear freshwater creek, that flows through vegetated banks and right out to the beach.

Kingfisher Bay - Sheltered coastline and magical views.

Lake Allom - Tucked into a rainforest hollow, this lake offers a cool respite from the beach environment. A circuit track around the lake leads to a viewing platform where you can watch for freshwater turtles.

Lake Wabby - This is the deepest lake on Fraser Island.

Discover all that Fraser Island has to offer and book your escape, away from the more commercial, tourist areas.

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