Fraser Island is the world's largest sand island and is only accessible by boat, ferry or small plane. If you are one of the 500,000 annual visitors, you will be privy to expansive sand dunes, fresh water lakes and lush greenery. Although Fraser Island produces great swell on its eastern coast, surfers beware: it is also known to be home to many species of sharks!
The Fraser Isle timepiece is from our wooden link collection. Dark Ebony links compliment the evergreen wooden dial inspired by the wild rainforest of the island.
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