Lake Mckenzie on Fraser Island – Australia – (facing Hervey Bay) looks like an immense crystal clear turquoise pool. The water is soft, fresh, transparent and invites to long relaxing swims in an extraordinary natural context. The sand is thin, white, soft: it is a pleasure to walk on it with bare feet. Fraser Island is the largest existing sand island in the world and in 1992 it was recognized as a UNESCO heritage site.
It can be visited thanks to tourist packages organized with guides and jeeps, which provide for a few nights in a tent, and offers unique experiences: only here – in fact – you can see an eagle fighting with a snake on the deserted beach or wild dingoes stealing your food! The sea, remember, is unapproachable on Fraser island, mainly because of the saltwater alligators. For a regenerating bath on the island the perfect destination is the paradisiacal lake Mckenzie. Not to be missed!