Day 77 Fraser Island
This morning we packed up and went to lake McKenzie, the lake in the photo. It's the most famous lake of Fraser Island. Fraser Island is inhabited but has a few Aboriginals on it. You can't swim in the sea either because the waters are shark invested and there are jellyfish in there that can kill, so the lakes were the best option.
It had been raining all night and the weather cleared for our visit so Stu and the lads went in the lake. We then went to Central Station for more food supplies and then made grilled cheese sandwiches and set up camp in the sand dunes on the beach. We chilled on the beach for a while and when it was dark we decided to make our tea and have a bbq. The Germans started complaining saying they wouldn't eat the meat as it had been in a cooler for 2 days...we just thought they were a bit of a whinge to be honest. We cracked open the goon again and played some more drinking games. We'd heard so many stories about beach parties on Fraser Island so we went out looking for some. We found another lot of campers but they weren't raving too much so we left it at that.