There are not any dingos where I am, but I feel like there is a similar vilification of foxes in our area. What we have to remember is that these are wild animals, and are unpredictable, but that does not mean we should go out with a shot gun just because they pose a slight danger. That is how animals become endangered or extinct.
Many people condemn villagers in places like Africa for shooting animals such as tigers if they encroach into human habited areas, but that is no different from taking action against a dingo.
One of the biggest problems on Fraser has been the illegal feeding of dingoes. The animals then expect every human to be a source of food. When they show a keen interest in a person, and that person runs, that's when the dog's natural instincts kick in. Two important rules on Fraser - don't feed the doingoes and don't leave children unsupervised. For those who think the animals are starving because of their lean build, observe them for a while and watch how they can forage from their natural surroundings. They are lean because of parasites or their ability to travel kilometres over a short period of time.