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Lizards, Turtles and Robin Crusoe Resorts on Queensland's Great Barrier Reef


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Author: Lisa Young

Source: Mail Online

July 18, 2012

"On the 12 August 1770, far north on the Great Barrier Reef, Captain James Cook landed on a small palm-fringed island that seemed overrun with fast-moving, long-tailed reptiles. He promptly named his new find Lizard Island.

My reef experience begins in a distinctly lizard-less manner, but that is because it starts in the air, flying to Lizard Island over an endless iridescent blue sea dotted with coral cays.

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