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Austinmer Beach
Australia

Why not enjoy a day of sunshine, sand and surf at Austinmer beach. I got there by train with a 90 minute journey from Sydney Central through the Royal National Forest. You can also get there by car and take a leisurely drive through the forest. I walked from Austinmer to Thirroul with a lot of beach paddling along the way. Of course a coffee and cake at an Austinmer cafe set me up for a really enjoyable stroll.

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Uploaded: 17/01/2013
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Tags: austinmer; beach; nsw; forest; cafe; thirroul; surf; sunshine
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