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Shingley Beach
Australia
The home of Outrigger Whitsunday and also a great place to have a picnic. Only a shirt walk along the Boardwalk from the main street of Airlie beach. Lush green grass and plenty of trees for shade. Sit back and relax whilst you enjoy the view of Able Point Marina or grab a fishing rode and try your luck.
Copyright: Jj Pictures
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Caricate: 15/07/2013
Aggiornato: 28/03/2014
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Tags: whitsunday; outrigger; beach; boardwalk; marina
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