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Castle Rock - Cape Naturaliste, Western Australia
Australia

Sure the coast of Margaret River region offers fantastic beaches with great surf, and bikini girls, but for some reason this beach is one of my favourite. It's located North-West from Castle Rock where this picture was taken from. It's not as crowded as some other beaches like Eagle Bay, it's well protetced from swell, and if you get bored with the beach itself (like I often do), there's plenty to explore around - like the rock itself! Love that place!

Copyright: Tomasz makarewicz
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Caricate: 07/03/2011
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