Coquet Island (Queensland)
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Coquet Island is a vegetated sand cay located 25 km from the coast, well established with coconut palms and sisal which provide a habitat for a number of roosting birds and Green Turtles and Hawksbill Turtles.
The island houses a massive steel tower used for reef research or navigation.
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