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The Weather on Fraser Island
Above are the weather conditions for Fraser Island. January is the warmest month of the year on Fraser Island with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 86°. However, temperatures can go lower than 50° on Fraser Island in July. It may rain 16 days in January while it typically rains only 7 days in July.
Discover jungle and coral reef with a Fraser Island vacation rental
Fraser Island offers the intrepid traveler a host of exciting activities. Enjoy the very best of this unique part of the world from a relaxing beach house or a thrilling jungle cabin.
Whale watching with the children on Fraser Island
Any child with a love for the natural world will enjoy the unique flora and fauna of Fraser Island. A vacation apartment gives you plenty of opportunities to watch pelicans, wallabies, and flying foxes.
Whale watching off the coast is also a great way to spend the day. July and August are ideal for watching humpback whales as they return south with their new calves.
History and ecology on Fraser Island
A vacation house in Fraser Island gives you the chance to discover the history of the island. One major part of its history can be seen at Central Station forestry base, which was used up until 1959. Today, you can learn about the history and ecology of the island and enjoy a picnic in the pines.
The island is also home to the wreck of SS Maheno, once one of the fastest boats in the world. The ship sank here on its way to Japan, and during World War II, the Australian air force used it for target practice.
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