Rocky Foreshore To Point Upright
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Panoramic photo by Wayne Drzewiecki Taken 00:08, 06/04/2014 - Views loading...

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Rocky Foreshore To Point Upright

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I walked out to the point on the rocks, not the easiest. My return trip was on the path through the bush. I did see a few dolphin while on the rocks that I might have missed from the path. I was told it is a good fishing place.

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