Like Lake Mckenzie, this is a perched lake – crystalline aquamarine waters fed by rains that float above a layer of impermeable, decaying organic matter. Unlike Lake Mckenzie, there are far fewer tourists here, though the lake is nearly as beautiful. Swimming and picnicking aside, you can also climb over to the sand dunes here to take in sights of the ocean. The sand is superbly soft. You’ll also find picnic tables and some shades set up for your use.
Lake Birrabeen Travel Tips
- No sunscreen, soap, or oils allowed – these will pollute the purity of the water.
How to Reach Lake Birrabeen
- Take the walking track.
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92.57% of people who visit Fraser Island include Lake Birrabeen in their plan
8 PM - 9 PM
26.83% of people start their Lake Birrabeen visit around 8 PM - 9 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Lake Birrabeen
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Lake Birrabeen