K'gari (Fraser Island), Great Sandy National Park Fraser Coast

Fraser Island (K'gari) is the traditional land of the Butchulla Aboriginal people and a world heritage area. Photo credit: Maxime Coquard © Tourism and Events Queensland

Critical information for your safety

Critical information for your safety is included in the conditions report—always check it before you visit. Photo credit: Maxime Coquard © Tourism and Events Queensland

Be inspired: Explore the Sunshine and Fraser coasts—your go-to weekend escapes!

They’re renowned for surf and sun-drenched beaches, and deservedly-so, but take a closer look and you’ll find the Sunshine and Fraser coasts have so much more in store! Photo credit: Adam Creed © Queensland Government

Be inspired: It’s official—Queensland National Parks have the best beaches!

It’s official—Queensland National Parks have the best beaches! How do we know? There’s a list going around of Australia’s Top 101 beaches to visit. Photo credit: © Tourism and Events Queensland

Be inspired: Queensland National Parks’ best-loved camping areas

We are truly a nation of coast dwellers, so when it comes to camping holidays, where do we head? To the water, of course! Photo credit: © Tourism and Events Queensland

Fraser Island dingo publications and media

Publications

Management

Reports:

  • Audit (2009) of Fraser Island dingo management strategy (see availability)
  • Audit (2009) of Fraser Island dingo management strategy: Supplement 1: Preliminary assessment of selected data associated with dingo research and management (see availability)
  • Audit (2009) of Fraser Island dingo management strategy: Supplement 2: Assessment of public submissions regarding dingo management on Fraser Island (see availability)
  • Evaluation of dingo education strategy and programs for Fraser Island and literature review (see availability)
  • Risk assessment: risk to humans posed by the dingo population on Fraser Island (see availability)
  • Fraser Island Dingo Management Strategy review, December 2012 (see availability)

Plans and strategies:

Relevant legislation:

Research

Available from the library catalogue

The documents referred to on this page are available from the department’s online library catalogue.

Increased fines for disturbing, feeding dingoes

It is illegal to disturb or feed wongari (dingo), which includes attracting them with food or food waste. On K’gari (Fraser Island) an increased maximum fine of $10,676 and an on-the-spot fine of $2,135 now apply to those people who break the law. Be dingo-safe.