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South Durras Beach
Australia
South Durras beach, the inlet feeds Durras lake, across the inlet is North Durras, were we stayed. At low tide the inlet can be crossed, pick your spot. A lot of wild life and bush walking, very scenic area. No shops in this area, which was good.
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