Dingo on the beach at Fraser Island

Dingo
The Dingo probably developed from the indian Wolf around 6000 years ago.
It was brought to Australia lessthan 4000 years ago by seafares. The Island Dingos are the purest population in Eastern Australia, having been isolated from domestic dogs.
Dingos are wild animals and while they are not usually dangerous, feeding, hangling and interaction by visitors has caused some Dingos to become aggressive.

 



       Relax on the beach, near a lake, or even with a glass of champagne.
"Champagne Pools" is found in the north of the island. Ready?!

Take off aboard the barge, the "Fraser Dawn" direction Moon Point on Fraser Island.