Our expedition today takes us on legendary Fraser Island, in the Great Sandy National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1992. The Fraser Island, in Aboriginal language K’gari (paradise), is the largest sand island in the world, with an area of 1,840 km². Only 4×4 vehicles are allowed as there are no roads, just beach and sand tracks. This is really our 4 McCormick’s bread and butter! Fraiser Island is renowned for its pristine nature with its beautiful freshwater lakes and the many species of wild animals and birds. An unspoiled paradise inhabited in the past only by Aboriginal and shipwrecked.