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Hervey Bay, City in Queensland, Australia

Hervey Bay, a coastal city in southern Queensland, is widely known as a site for observing humpback whales. Whale-watching boats operate during the July–November migration season. It’s also a hub for tours to nearby Fraser Island, which features beaches and a rainforest habitat for dingoes and other wildlife. A waterfront esplanade links the city’s marina with beaches offering calm waters for swimming.
Area: 2,356 km²

Known as the Whale Watching capital of the world, Hervey Bay is situated 350km North of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Hervey Bay is accessible by road, train, bus or plane.

Set along 20 kilometers of pristine beaches Hervey Bay is a water lover’s paradise where you can swim, fish, dive, snorkel, windsurf, kite surf, canoe, kayak, jet ski and sail all year round. Dotted along the Bay’s Esplanade are cafes, shops, parklands, picnic areas, playgrounds, piers and a vibrant marina – all with stunning views of the Pacific Ocean coastline and Fraser Island.

Fraser Island

The worlds largest sand island is in Hervey Bay’s backyard and at 123 kilometers long and from 5 to 25 kilometers wide Fraser Island has alot to explore. With lakes, walks, creeks, the Maheno shipwreck the stunning 75 mile beach and so much more Fraser Island has many things to do on your visit. See a map of

Fraser Island.