Eli Creek, Fraser Island

4.5
#2 of 6 in Beaches in Fraser Coast
Go for a swim in Eli Creek, a scenic freshwater stream and popular picnic area on the island. Renowned for its clean, translucent waters, the creek winds through lush island greenery all the way to the sea. Take a picturesque stroll on the boardwalk following the banks, cool your feet in the chilly waters, or bring an inflatable swim tube and float down the stream. Plan your Eli Creek visit and explore what else you can see and do in Fraser Island using our Fraser Island trip planner.
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  • Warning keep children & your belongings next to you otherwise the Dingos may attack or steal. Just be sensible and you will enjoy a cooling dip.  more »
  • Bring something to float on and relax in the beautiful cool water, then walk back up and do it again.  more »
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  • Great location with crystal clear water if you can deal with the high number of people there
  • V clear fresh water

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