Fraser Island Tide Times 2021


Fraser Island 2021 Tide Times

Fraser Island (Waddy Point) 2021 tide times
Tide predictions for Fraser Island (Waddy Point) for all of 2021.
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Fraser Island (Kingfisher Bay Jetty) 2021 tide times
Tide predictions for Kingfisher Bay Jetty on Fraser Island for all of 2021.
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Hervey Bay 2021 Tide Times


Urangan Boat Harbour 2021 tide times
Tide predictions for Urangan Boat Harbor (Hervey Bay) for all of 2021.
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The Oceans cover 70% of the earths suface

 

The deepest part of the ocean is called the Mariana Trench, which is around 7 miles deep and is located in the South Pacific Ocean.

 

 

The water pressure at the bottom of the Mariana Trench is eight tons per square inch. This means the pressure there is enough to crush you.

 

The largest mountain range is found underwater and is called the Mid-Oceanic Ridge that is around 65,000 kilometres long.

 

Sponges are older than dinosaurs.

 

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