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    Brumbys (Wild Horses) of Fraser Island 1975

    contributed by Bluedog, taken on 21 August 1976
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    At Sunrise Brumbys come down to the beach to swim and trail the beach looking for any food that might have washed up on the beach overnight
    (They also check out around the camp site on the way down.)
    The brumbies. brought to the Island in the 1870s for breeding and for use in the timber cutting, some of them broke free and started to roam Fraser Island, in 1976 there were hundreds.

    This picture is also part of the following Bonzle photo collections: