The most amazing place I have visited. After trekking through 600m of beautiful forestry the path opens up to this vast area of sand.
Named by Captain Cook after one of his deck crew named Carlo. The unique “moonscape” sand mass covers over 15 hectares and overlooks the towering coloured sands.
It’s an excellent spot to watch the sunrise or sunset. The 360 degree views are spectacular, to the East magnificent views of the ocean. To the S.E. is Double Island Point and the cliffs of coloured sand. Fraser Island and Inskip Point are to the North, while Tin Can Bay and the Great Sandy Straits lie to the West.