A statue of a Great White Shark greets visitors at the entrance to Vic Hislop's Shark Show in Hervey Bay.
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- A Humpback whale (Megaptera novaeagnliae) breaches in the waters of Platypus Bay off Hervey Bay. Migrating Humpback whales are a common sight in Hervey Bay's safe waters from April to October.
- A Humpback whale (Megaptera novaeagnliae) breaches near a whale watching boat off Hervey Bay. Whale watching is a popular pasttime on Queesland's Fraser coast.
- Tourists look out over the Pacific Ocean from Indian Head on Fraser Island. The rocky outcrop is a popular vantage point for spotting dolphins,sharks and migrating humpback whales.
- Fish swim in the clear waters of Champagne Pools - natural rock pools flanking the sea on the north-east tip of Fraser Island.
- A couple look through the rusted hulk of the Maheno - a passenger liner that was blown ashore on Fraser Island by a cyclone in 1935.
- A woman looks out over the sea from the viewpoint at Indian Head. The rocky outcrop is a popular vantage point for spotting dolphins,sharks and migrating Humpback whales on the east coast of Fraser Island.
- Four wheel drives park on the wide sandy beach of Taylor Bay,just north of Indian Head on Fraser Island. The bay is famous for the crowds who descend once a year to fish for Taylor.
- A group of girls enjoy the clear waters of Champagne Pools - a natural rock pool flanking the sea on the north-eastern tip of Fraser Island.
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- A visitor wades into a natural rock pool flanking the ocean on Fraser Island's north eastern tip. The area known as Champagne Pools is the only safe seawater swimming spot on the island.
- Fishermen wade into the surf on Seventy-five Mile Beach on the east coast of Fraser Island. The island is famed for its beach fishing and draws huge numbers of anglers all year.
- A sign reminds car drivers that the sand highway of Seventy-five Mile Beach on Fraser Island is also a landing strip for small aircraft.
- A group of women enjoy the clear waters of Champagne Pools - a natural rock pool flanking the sea on the north-eastern tip of Fraser Island.
- Four wheel driving on the sand highway of Seventy-five Mile Beach on the east coast of Fraser Island. The world's largest sand island has no paved roads and can only be traversed by 4WD.
- AUSTRALIA,Queensland,Fraser IslandThe sand highway of Seventy-five Mile Beach through the windscreen of a four wheel drive vehicle. With no paved roads the island can only be traversed by offroad vehicles.
- The rusting hulk of the Maheno on Seventy-five Mile Beach. The former cruise liner was washed up onto Fraser Island's east coast by a cyclone in 1935.
- Aerial view of Seventy-five Mile Beach on the east coast of Fraser Island. The World Heritage listed island is the world's largest sand island.