Govi Creek Beach Walk - Depart base can via road to Govi Creek Bridge Crossing. This freshwater environment is home to large range of fish and turtles. Once arriving on the beach turn left (to the north) and walk/hike the 1.5km to the Govi Creek River. This great fresh red water on white sandy beaches, walk the river mouth to the sand dune and return to the ocean via the opposite side. Photo's, relax, sunrise or sunset, beach combering on the 75 Mile Surf Beach.
Spot wildlife - eagles, hawks, eels, fish, turtles.
Return to Camp via the same path.
Fraser Island Research and Learning Centre (located in Dilli Village) Base Camp is the start of the great walks system on Fraser Island. The best times to observe birds are early mornings after sunrise and mid to late afternoons and a great range of birds can be seen. An early morning hike toward Lake Boomanjin, the largest perched large in the world. This walk is often a highlight of a 5 Day Package - this short walk allows clients to experience a small section of this world heritage listed island.
Depart Dilli Camp, heading west and inland to the walking track. This track is on the right hand side, less than 200 metres from camp entrance.
Govi Creek Waterhole - This nature reserve is home to a huge range of marine wildlife - fish, turtles, birds, mammals and reptiles.
With a quiet entry to the waterhole, wildlife can often be spotted. This is also an excellent swimming area, with clean tea-tree coloured water and soft feel. (great morning and night)