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Fraser Island, off the Queensland coast, in Australia. Fraser Island is the world's largest sand island stretching over 123 kilometres in length. It is famous for its coloured sands, which were stained by decayed vegetation. Some deposits are around eight millions years old. Fraser Island is listed as a World Heritage Site to protect the island from sand mining.
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