Jurien bay Jetty
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Jurien bay Jetty

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The Jurien Bay jetty is the heart of Jurien Bay. It was officially opened on the 30th April 2011. To the left of the new jetty you can still see the foundations of the old Jetty that was damaged in a storm. The furthest point is popular with fishermen as the jetty goes out into quite deep water.

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