Category Archives: Climate Change

Swim In One Of The World’s Clearest Freshwater Lakes on K’gari Fraser Island!

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Where can you swim in some of the world’s purest water? And get blinded, in the best possible way, by some of the whitest sand you’ve ever seen? Yep, you’ve guessed it, K’gari Fraser Island! Not only does this paradise island offer up deserted beaches, untouched wilderness areas and stunning wildlife in spades, it is […]

Camping on K’gari Fraser Island – What You Need To Know

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Love clear night skies full of stars? The sound of waves crashing against the shores one after another? Then camping on K’gari Fraser Island will suit you down to the (literal) ground. K’gari Fraser Island is home to an incredible array of wildlife, forests, beaches and more. You’ll never get bored and with all that […]

The War on Waste on World Heritage Listed K’gari Fraser Island

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Our recent epic clean up of K’gari’s gorgeous coastline brought home just how important it is for all of us to dispose of our waste in a responsible and sustainable way. Over the past four years our superstar volunteers along with our friends over at Ocean Crusaders have removed a shocking 25 tonnes of waste […]

2 more tonnes were removed from paradise in just 2 days.

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The World Heritage Listed, K’gari Fraser Island, is as stunning as ever, but unfortunately, as we are rubbishing our planet, paradise island’s are paying the price. The king tides of 2022 coupled with cyclone Seth had a devastating impact on much of the coast but on Fraser Island, it brought more than just gnarly waves, […]

Reduce your Carbon Footprint – Tourism Business Starter Pack

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While our world seems to have paused due to COVID-19, some industries have not stopped pumping! We like to think that we’ve all had some time to re-think a few things, and if you’re a business owner, one of those things should be your business model. It’s the perfect opportunity to evaluate your carbon footprint […]