The headland was named by Captain Cook when he passed it on the evening of 19 May 1770, for the aboriginal people he saw assembled there. (The term "Indian" was used at that time for the native people of many lands.)
The indian head is located at the end of 75 mile beach.
Concerns Heightening for Fraser Island's Dingoes: How Best to Ensure the Survival of the Last Remaining Dingoes on Fraser Island Is a Matter of Continuing Controversy. Nick Alexander Reports from the World Heritage Site
Oct 01, 2009; [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] In July this year the Queensland Minister for Climate Change and Sustainability, Kate Jones, announced a...