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Whitehaven Beach look out, Whitehaven Beach, Queesland
Australia
People love to visit the Whitehaven Beach lookout at Whitsunday Island to look over the changing sands of Hill inlet and one of the finest beach.
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Uploadet: 01/07/2012
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