The finalists from around the world will be called to Queensland for a exhaustive interview.
The 'island caretaker' position was created as part of a three-year $1.7 million marketing strategy by Tourism Queensland.
The caretaker will be asked to promote the Great Barrier Reef islands, give media interviews and take care of a 'few minor tasks' throughout their tenure beginning on July 1.
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