Collared dingo bites woman on K’gari in latest island attack

A dingo fitted with a tracking collar has bitten a woman on K’gari in the latest in a string of attacks on the Queensland island.

The Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service is investigating two incidents on Thursday on K’gari, previously known as Fraser island, involving two collared dingoes.

A dingo has attacked a woman on K’gari. File image.Credit: iStock

About 11.45am, the dingoes (wongari) approached and circled seven adults at Eli Creek.

One of the dingoes lunged and mouthed a woman on…

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