• Invisible Creek - Fraser Island

Monday, August 08, 2011

Terry takes a drink of some of the freshest and best tasting water he was ever had - drawn directly from Wanggoolba or "Invisible Creek". 

Wanggoolba creek runs through the ancient rainforest near Central Station on Fraser Island. It takes about 100 years for the water to be filtered from rainfall, down to the water table, and back up again through the natural filtration of Fraser Island's sand. 

It is called "Invisible" or "Whispering" creek because the water is so clear it is almost impossible to see, and the water runs so quietly it is almost impossible to hear - even in the eerie quiet deep within the rainforest. 



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