Sandboarding and desert dune adventures in Australia.

Meet the Big Red Sand Dune in the Simpson Desert of Australia

Formerly known as "Nappanerica", the Big Red sand dune is the largest and most famous dune in Queenland's Simpson Desert, located 33kms west of Birdsville. Sunset view from Big Red sand dune. Simpson Desert, Queensland, Australia. The Simpson Desert Birdsville is one of those remote, isolated, lonely and generally dead-end outback towns.…


Sandboarding in Fraser Island

The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Fraser Island is one of Queensland's most popular attractions for beach lovers and it's no surprise that this incredible location - which is also the largest sand island in the entire world - is also a hotspot for sandboarding and dune sports. There are…

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Lancelin Sand Dunes. Photo courtesy of CyclonicallyDeranged.

Sandboarding in Western Australia

There are many sandboarding locations in Western Australia. The sand dunes near Lancelin are probably the most popular, but there are many other spots across the region, on desert and coastal dunes near Perth, the Turqouise Coast near Green Head and Jurien Bay, and on the coast east of Albany…

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Dunes with a view in Moreton Island. Photo courtesy of MoretonIslandAdventures.

Sandboarding in Queensland

Queensland has plenty of opportunities for beach and desert lovers alike, and some of the best sandboarding spots of Australia are located here. The Tangalooma desert in Moreton Island is a popular tourist destination with "desert safari tours" and sandboarding, but you can also hit the Big Red dunes of…


Sandboarding in Victoria

There are a few locations where you can practice sand surfing in Victoria. Grab your sandboard and hit the dunes of the Big Drift (Wilsons Promontory National Park), not too far from Melbourne, or enjoy the UNESCO World Heritage Thurra Sand Dunes near Mallacoota. If you are looking for some…

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Stockton Sand Dunes. Photo courtesy of Turtletime13.

Sandboarding in Port Stephens

Sandboarding and sand tobogganning are the two main tourist attractions of Anna Bay, with scores of people heading to sled down the dunes of Stockton Beach in Port Stephens. Stretching from the north of Newcastle all the way to Anna Bay, Stockton Beach is the most popular sandsurfing spot in…

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Henty Dunes in Strahan, Australia. Photo courtesy of rhein.

Sandboarding in Tasmania

You can grab your sandboard or toboggan and slide down sand dunes in Strahan, Tasmania. A vast expanse of sand in the west of the island is formed by a series of giant dunes that stretches several kilometres inland and 15 kilometres along the coast. The Henty Sand Dunes, which…


Sand Surfing and Toboganning on Moreton Island

The stunning sand island of Moreton is a flourishing Australian sandboarding destination near Brisbane in Queensland. The island is home to Tangalooma Desert, simply known as "The Desert", a truly unique place with dunes entirely surrounded by vegetation and where a variety of minerals give birth to 32 different colours…


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