This was my family's first visit to Fraser Island. For the past few years, we had been enjoying camping adventures in various other National Parks throughout Qld, but on since getting a Four wheel drive not long ago, realised that going to iconic Fraser Island was a must. My husb and I also have a large family of 6, ranging in ages from 22 down to 3. As always, I enjoy researching a given destination so as to be fully aware of things to see and do; best places to stay, and any pitfalls. Whilst looking for suitable camping areas to stay at on Fraser, and just prior to Christmas (where I just expected things to be very busy), I came across a ref to Dilli Village, located towards the Southern end of Fraser. Having prev camped at Inskip/Rainbow beach in past years, (incl. during inclement weather), I was impressed that Dilli Village offered the only fully grassed camping grounds on Fraser ( and where one wouldn't have to worry too much about any sand blowing into the tent; to end up in bed sheets etc!). Having a 3 y.o, it was also very reassuring that the camp grounds were safe from wandering dingos, with the security of a full fence around the perimeters - (whilst dingo attacks on children have been rare on Fraser, they can happen - so I thought better to be safe than sorry!). Dilli Village also offers great amenities - like generous hot/cool showers with provision of soap and shampoo. Gas barbecues alongside sheltered seating/tables areas were located throughout the park for guest's use as well. Huts, powered and unpowered sites are available. It was great as well only having to think about just bringing drinking water along on our trip, as having a group of 8, the thought of having to carry, and/or boil so much water for our large family had we say camped on the Qld National Park's respective beach camping areas would have been difficult. From the onset, we thought we would use Dilli Village as a base camp, initiating on a different day trip/adventure each day. On our arrival on the 15th of December, 2013 to stay for a week, we were very surprised to learn that we were the only ones staying in the park that night, as it wouldn't become really busy for at least another week - (thus this time period, and if one can do it, is an ideal time to visit Fraser - including ease of driving on the many wonderful tracks available etc). The staff at Dilli anyway were really very nice, informative, and helpful. They keep the grounds there in top condition, and where it was lovely to simply relax; take a stroll on the green grasses, and feel the invigorating sea breezes wash over you after a long day. My kids even enjoyed playing badmington with the use of an available camping ground net! (we brought racquets and shuttlecocks from home!) We had no trouble driving on the access road into this camping grounds, and where the beach anyway is only walking distance. For the record, we enjoyed good fishing in the late afternoons, at the access point area from the beach into Dilli where there exists a decent gutter. Because this camping ground is ecology based, all rubbish must be taken out by guests. For our family, this wasn't too much of a problem with our doing a rubbish drop at nearby Eurong township often enough (where a refuse area is provided for this purpose). Eurong also has a well stocked convenience store; bakery, even laundromat is on offer (Dilli Village doesn't offer the later). I trust my review might be helpful to fellow travellers, and or at least to back up the other favourable reviews about Dilli on this page. My understanding is that being an environmental friendly park, the operators are prevented from marketing commercially, the true merits of this wonderful village to would be campers, but which I am glad to thus go on this forum to personally recommend it. I appreciate the need by families to do what best suits their needs, and conclude that Dilli Village for anyone really, is worth further investigating as a play to stay. All the best!