The Great grimy channel detaches the Fraser isle from the mainland. The sand crags, the sparkler clear lakes, the waving sea water, the various flora and fauna bequeath a diverse spirit to the Fraser Islands. The great blend of an aboriginal legacy and a European ethnicity knits an allure that is very exclusive on its own. The world's biggest sand islet straddling to an area of 120 kilometers was created during the ice age as the strapping storms flurried sand from the New South Wales. The archeological sites in the isles are a witness to the several aboriginal tribes who colonized the area many thousand years.