A woman looks out over the clear waters and white sand beach of Lake McKenzie on Fraser Island.
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- A woman looks out over the clear waters and white sand beach of Lake Mckenzie on Fraser Island.
- A woman relaxes on the white sand beach of Lake McKenzie - a popular spot for swimming on the World Heritage Listed Fraser Island.
- A sunbather sits back on the white sand beach of Lake McKenzie on Fraser Island.
- A woman wades through the clear waters of Lake Mckenzie on Fraser Island.
- A woman looks out over the clear waters and white sand of Lake Mckenzie on Fraser Island.
- A group have fun in the clear waters of Lake Mckenzie on Fraser Island. Ringed by a white sandy beach,the popular swimming hole is one of the many naturally formed lake on the World Heritage Listed sand island.
- A group dive in to the clear waters of Lake McKenzie on Fraser Island. Ringed by a white sand beach,the lake is one of the many naturally formed lakes on the island.
- The white sand and blue hues of the freshwater Lake Mckenzie. The lake is a popular attraction for visitors and is one of many perched lakes on Fraser Island.
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