Lake Benaroon Fraser Island

Lake Benaroon Fraser Island provides information about Lake Benaroon and the camping grounds at Lake Benaroon. Lake Benaroon is about 7.2 km north of Lake Boomanjin and 7.5 km south of Central Station.

Lake Benaroon Fraser Island

Lake Benaroon Fraser Island

Lake Benaroon Fraser Island

Lake Benaroon Fraser Island is located between Lake Boomanjin and Central Station. Lake Benaroon Fraser Island is along the Fraser Island Great Walk track.

Lake Benaroon Fraser Island is 7.2 km north of Lake Boomanjin and 7.5 km south of Central Station.

Lake Benaroon Fraser Island is one of the larger of 40 or so lakes on Fraser Island.

There are two different types of lakes on Fraser Island. There are perched lakes and window lakes.

Lake Benaroon Fraser Island

Window lakes are created by natural depressions or valleys in the sand and these depressions or valleys expose the water table or aquifer below.

Perched lakes are created when dead and decaying matter builds up in small craters or valleys and forms a skin layer that traps the water.

Lake Benaroon Fraser Island is a perched lake with a dark blue surface colour. Lake Benaroon is along the way of the Great Walking track and many walkers visit and stay the night.

Fraser Island has several great places to see and explore while you stay on the largest sand island in the world. To find more information, click on Fraser Island Camping Grounds.


Features of Lake Benaroon Fraser Island Camping

Lake Benaroon Fraser Island

Lake Benaroon Fraser Island is not easy to access because of limited road access.

There are no facilities at Lake Benaroon. Usually, you will need to park your vehicle on the side of the road.

You can camp at Lake Benaroon but there are restrictions. When you purchase your vehicle and camping tags, you need to check the restrictions.

For more information on the different camping grounds on Fraser Island, click on Fraser Island Camping Grounds.


Permits For Vehicles and Camping

All vehicle permits and camping tags are available from the Department of Environment and Resource Management. You must obtain these permits before you arrived on Fraser Island. The camping tag must be attached to the campsite and visible at all times. You can buy these permits in person from Level 3, 400 George Street, Brisbane 4000, by phone 1300 130 372 or via the internet - www.derm.qld.gov.au



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