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Eli Creek

Eli Creek, Fraser Island QLD 4581, Australia

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(Fraser Island, Queensland) located on the east coast of Australia, north of Brisbane, Queensland, about 400km from Brisbane and covering an area of 1620 square kilometers, is the largest sand island in the world and was listed on the World Heritage list in 1992.

Eli Creek's 75-mile beach on the east coast of Fraser Island (Seventy Five Mile Beach), the largest freshwater stream on the east coast, has experienced 70 years of purified sandy groundwater flowing into 75 miles of beach at a rate of 4.2 million litres per hour. Swimming or walking in a stream that is cleaner than distilled water has its own flavor. Eli Creek, on average, reaches his knees, reaches the deepest point, sits in a swimming circle, like a floating pool in a water park, drifting slowly out of the stream. Both adventurous and fresh and interesting, even better is a bubble down the summer is all gone. Take off your shoes and socks quickly and walk into the stream, a shallow stream that scours your legs and is a natural floor for foot massage.


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Australia - Queensland
Attraction - Natural
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