Australia's World Heritage Sites
Imagine a land where people have lived for 40,000 years. Where natural wonders abound. And where architecture rises to world-class heights. Tour Australia's UNESCO World Heritage sites.Filed under:
Ah, sun, surf and sand. Head to Fraser Island, the world’s largest sand island, which stretches more than 75 miles along Queensland’s southern coast. Park your 4-wheeler on the beach and get in some surfing (if you want to take on “Shark Alley”). On the safer side, check out the island’s sand cliffs, rainforests and freshwater lakes -- they won’t bite.
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