Ok, I've recently won a travel voucher for a photography contest, and figured I'd like to use it taking more photos. Fraser island is a place I visited as a child, and is somewhere I would really like to visit again with all my gear.
My plan, (as is usually the case) is to wander around, follow my nose and sleep where I drop. I'm aware I can't do that (legally) on Fraser island due to camping permits and nasty wildlife concerns, but I would never-the-less prefer to avoid tours and bushwhack it myself from campsite to campsite.
There are a few concerns with this however, one is food availablility for someone doing this, another is accomodation (I could carry around a tent, but I'd prefer not to).
I'm not looking for what most people look for when they visit Fraser island, but rather a rough, tough, cheap walking route through the island that may take up to 2 weeks that allows for my photography.
I wonder if anyone out there could help me with this?
Try this Queensland Government web site that has some excellent material on walking routes: http://www.derm.qld.gov.au/parks/great-walks-fraser-island/about.html about 9 years ago