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Reviewed 1 week ago

We joined 75-mile beach at Eurong Beach Resort up to the coloured sands of The Pinnacles and back, so not the full distance. As it is regarded as a highway, the vehicles have to keep to the right, avoiding the numerous fishermen. We were on...More

Thank Jacki51
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Whilst the area is a public highway nothing could prepare me for the number of 4WD,s that were there whilst most people were there for fishing others camping it is a very popular area. Plenty to see and do .

Thank anneY4992MY
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Travelling by 4WD with the kids, the beach offered up an almost theme park ride. From thick soft sand to hard pack and everything in between.

Thank Ethan W
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Beach as far as the eye can see, but too dangerous for swimming. We saw a whale, but could not go in the water due to rip tides.

Thank Mark J
Reviewed August 10, 2018

Brilliant fun being driven up the beach in a 4wd with the planes also using it as a runway. Gets quieter when you get further up - beautiful beach

Thank Pole2Pole_Images
Reviewed August 9, 2018

Travelling along the sand highway of Fraser Sand is an unreal experience. I've never shared the road with planes before. Great views of whales frolicking just beyond the breakers also.

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Reviewed August 2, 2018

Travelled the beach on our day tour and it was a real delight. Lots of whales out at sea and many trails leading into interesting places. The wreck of the "Maheno" was interesting and we did see a couple of dingoes. The creek crossings were...More

Thank Beryl R
Reviewed August 2, 2018

With a 4WD, very challeging and fun to do, got there with Drop Bear Adventures. Highly recommended to do whilst travelling Sunshine Coast

Thank Agathe S
Reviewed July 23, 2018

Awesome driving beach. Always changing due to the tides. Come across 2 small great white sharks washed up on the change of tides. Heaps of Dingoes and whales.

Thank 79Landcruiser
Reviewed July 22, 2018

So cool to be on a sand highway! Lots of 4x4s cruising around. The sand is beautiful with lots of trails leading off into the rainforest.

Thank Mary L
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