Arch Cliffs -Fraser Island

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WIND CONDITIONS

South Easterly Winds

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ACTIVITIES

Marvel at the coloured sand dunes at sunset

Explore freshwater creeks

Crabbing

Instaworthy spot

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TOP TIPS

Travel time form the Great Sandy Straits Marina to Arch Cliffs is approximately 3.5 hours

Make sure you anchor in plenty of time to enjoy the afternoon light as it hits the coloured sand dunes

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NEARBY ANCHORAGES

OVERVIEW

Watch the sunset over coloured sand dunes at the Arch Cliff near Bowarrady Creek on Fraser Island - one of our favourite spots to anchor while on boating holiday on the Great Sandy Strait.

Located between Moon Point and Wathumba Creek, the Arch Cliff is a great anchorage to put on your itinerary if you’re looking to make your way north up the untouched western coast of Fraser Island.

The sand dunes at the Arch Cliff are filled with a kaleidoscope of earthy colours that change shades as the sun sets each day thanks to the range of minerals in the sands of the island. So when stopping here for the night, make sure you have drinks and nibbles ready for one hell of a show by mother nature.

This area of Fraser Island also provides freshwater creeks to explore plus lots of fishing and crabbing opportunities to catch some fresh dinner for your crew. 

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