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Hervey Bay Travel Guide

Fraser Island is the main reason backpackers stop in Hervey Bay although Hervey Bay is also famed with being the destination to go to for spotting humpback whales during their migration south to the Antarctic.

Aside from this Hervey Bay offers its visitors around 14km of beautiful sandy beaches and a chilled out seaside atmosphere to go with it so you simply cannot be disappointed. As one of Queenslands top visitor destinations, Hervey Bay is what Queensland is all about, stunning beach, access to even more stunning islands, a little bit of rainforest and the feeling that you should never go back home.

Vic Hislops Shark Show Hervey Bay

Vic Hislop is a passionate man to say the very least. There are many other words that people may use to describe him but we shall stick with passionate. His shark show is a focal point in Hervey Bay, virtually impossible to miss thanks to the giant plastic shark that is stuck to the building and the shark mouth that greets you at the entrance. Simply put, if ever you wanted to learn all about sharks, warts and all, here is the place to do it.


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4WD Tours of Fraser Island are one of the most exhiliarating experiences backpackers can have in Australia but there are a few safety guidelines to adhere to in order to have the ultimate Fraser Island Tours and a safe experience.

Please note that official permits are needed for every single vehicle heading to Fraser Island.


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If you're from a landlocked country or just don't get to the coast very often, an activity that's truly life-changing is whale watching and if you're one of the many travelers out there that does want to see whales then Australia and New Zealand are the places to head to for almost guaranteed whale spotting opportunities.


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