77: Join the Junior Eco Rangers on Fraser Island (Qld)
The world’s largest sand island, Fraser Island is heaving with wildlife, making it the perfect place for kids to get up close and personal with some unique little critters under the watchful eye of the
Kingfisher Bay Resort’s Junior Eco Rangers program immerses kids in this unique environment with activities like exploring and learning about mangrove colonies, canoeing, bushwalking, searching for bats, sugar gliders and frogs, singing songs around a campfire or gazing at the stars. Sessions run on Friday nights and Saturday afternoons and evenings during the school term, with daily programs during school holidays. There are kids-only and all-ages programs in the afternoons, and evening programs for ages five to 14.
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Driving Fraser Island's 75 miles of beach is No. 9 on Australian Traveller's list of 100 Things To Do In Australia Before You Die.
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