Yes when it is dry over there the required pressures for forward motion can cause a bit of mayhem.Fraser Island great place to go and have fun but be aware there are plenty of things just under the sand, 3 holes in 2 days, plug in 2 off them and a tree root got the side wall on the third one shit happens the worst part is sitting around a camp fire at night with a few people while trying to fix them, 8 or so burbons later well it was a good night
2 years ago I popped two beads towing up hill across the island. Couldn't get the jockey wheel low enough to get the trailer off. Ended up pulling a "the gods must be crazy" stunt and winched the car up a tree to reseat the front tyre. Had to dig a big hole to get the jack under the rear axle to do the same. Great fun when pushing your luck with the tides.