Television's Bondi Vet Dr Chris Brown filming for Channel Ten's The Living Room on Fraser Island.
Television's Bondi Vet Dr Chris Brown filming for Channel Ten's The Living Room on Fraser Island. Contributed

Bondi Vet has been filming travel segment on Fraser Island

BONDI Vet Chris Brown has been on Fraser Island filming a travel segment for Channel Ten lifestyle show The Living Room.

The feature, filmed during three days last week, will air in July.

Better known as a vet on the network's Bondi Vet series, Chris is making a name for himself as a roving travel reporter for The Living Room hosted by Amanda Keller.

Chris is not afraid to climb extra-tall coconut trees, spend a night in haunted caves, leap down large dam walls in a single bound and stare into the face of erupting volcanoes.

His visit to Fraser saw him testing the mettle of his four-wheel-drive and his camera operator in the World Heritage wilderness.

Kingfisher Bay Resort's resident photographer-cum-tour-guide Peter Meyer escorted Chris and his crew during their island visit and showcased some of the best sandscapes Fraser has to offer, although grey skies did provide the ideal weather conditions.

He said Seventy-Five Mile Beach was a must-see and the crew also stopped off at Lake Wabby, Pile Valley and some of the island's spectacular inland sub-tropical rainforests.

"And, you can't forgo taking in a sunset at Kingfisher Bay Resort's jetty overlooking the Great Sandy Strait," Mr Meyer said.



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