Dunk Island lies 4 km off the Australian east coast, opposite the town of Mission Beach. The island forms part of the Family Islands National Park and is in the larger Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area
Cyclone Yasi caused significant damage to area.
This was an absolutely pristine ecological geo site in the late 1980's. Can't comment personally on current state/conditon, but looks like not good from above article.
Coonanglebah – Wet landing Latitude:
17°94'S Longitude: 146°15'E
Dunk Island was
named by Lt. James Cook in 1770 after Lord Montague-Dunk, the Earl of
Halifax, as he sailed along the Great Barrier Reef, remarking at the time that
it was a “tolerable high island”. Aboriginal people had of course inhabited the
island for a long time prior to 1770, and they called the island Coonanglebah
which loosely translates as place of peace and plenty