Take your fill of this pretty little green lake that will charm you with its serenity! It’s a barrage lake, which means that it formed when adjacent sandmass, ( a giant sand dune called Hammerstone Sandblow here), blocked it from flowing or running off. Moreover, the sandmass is moving into the lake and will one day cover it completely. At 13 metres, this is the deepest lake on the Fraser Island, and it is also the most abundant in marine life – there are 13 species of fish here.
There are much fewer tourists here than at other lakes around the island, so it’s much more peaceful.
- Lake Wabby has cultural significance to the Butchulla people, so don’t leave it dirty.
- You’ll have to walk to here. Ask the locals for directions.
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64.85% of people who visit Fraser Island include Lake Wabby And Hammerstone Sandblow in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
57.89% of people start their Lake Wabby And Hammerstone Sandblow visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Lake Wabby And Hammerstone Sandblow
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Lake Wabby And Hammerstone Sandblow