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Whitsunday Island - The Cairn
Australia

The Cairn is one of the many walks on Whitsunday Island. Situated on the northern end of the Island, access is by boat. The walk itself is on a well built and well maintained track, by QLD Parks and Wildlife. The view from the top is amazing! Well worth the effort to get there.

Copyright: Jj pictures
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Caricate: 16/07/2013
Aggiornato: 28/03/2014
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Tags: walk; hike; climb; whitsunday; island; view; boat; ngaro
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