Drosera spatulata 'Frasier IS. QLD' was originally know as Drosera lovellae due to notable difference in the flower structure. Once botanists got an idea how variable Drosera spatulata really is it was eventually reduced to it present status. It common name is still Lovellae's Sundew. Also I do believe there is a few populations of white flowering spatulata on mainland Australia to make things more confusing. One other thing New Zealand has five different forms of spatulata.Each is described by Bruce Salmon in his book Carnivorous Plants of New Zealand.
You might want to correct that spelling to read "Fraser Island".
The Kansai form is a likely hybrid of D. spatulata x D. rotundifolia, and its distribution is very limited. So, the regular form would not include the Kansai form which has some significant differences.