Exmouth Maer BBQ Area
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Exmouth Maer BBQ Area

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The Maer is located just behind the esplanade in Exmouth and offers a huge area of undulating grass and links - perfect for exercising dogs and kids.

There is also a good barbeque area operated on a first-come-first-served basis. A great place for the end of a day on the beach.

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