The sand that has been accumulated for 750,000 years on the southern coast of Queensland, created one of the most beautiful islands in Australia named Fraser Island. With its width of about 24 km (15 mi) and its length of about 120 km (75 mi), Fraser Island is considered the world’s largest sand island (with an area of 184 000 hectares).
But Fraser Island is not only known for the huge amount of sand, but also for its extraordinary beauties. About 400,000 people visit Fraser Island every year to see the island’swoodland of eucalyptus, rainforests, mangrove forests, freshwater lakes (Fraser Island has more than 100 freshwater lakes). One of the island’s biggest attractions are pure Dingos, some of the last remaining in Eastern Australia.
For those who have never seen Fraser Island, here are the photos below. Enjoy watching!