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Picture relating to Fraser Island - titled 'Indian Head Fraser Island'
Picture relating to South Australia - titled 'Birds of South Australia - #1 - Adelaide Region'
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Picture relating to Walpole - titled 'Nornalup Inlet, Walpole WA'
Picture relating to South Esk River - titled 'Cataract Gorge Tamar River Launcestion'
Picture relating to Fraser Island - titled 'Fraser Islands "Seventy Five Mile Beach"  used by  Campers and Fishermen  4 x 4 wheel drive's Main Low Tide Hyway runs for most of the Island'
Picture relating to Fraser Island - titled 'Orchid Beach Resort Fraser Island 1976'
Picture relating to Fraser Island - titled 'Orchid Beach Cyclone Hit Pool, Fraser Island'
Picture relating to Fraser Island - titled 'Brumbys (Wild Horses) of Fraser Island 1975'
Picture relating to Fraser Island - titled 'Maheno Wreck  Beach, Fraser Island'

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      Indian Head Fraser Island

      contributed by Bluedog, taken on 10 July 1976
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      Indian Head is located at one end of the Seventy Five Mile Beach. The headland was named by Captain Cook when he passed it on the evening of 19 May 1770, for the aboriginal people he saw assembled there. The term "Indian" was used at that time for the native people of many lands.
      The Head gives great views of the Island & out to sea.
      The outcrop consists of rhyolite that was originally created by volcanic activity about 50 to 80 million years ago.