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D Entrecasteaux National Park Black Point Stepping Stones2
Australia
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Tags: d'entrecasteaux; national park; black point; stepping stones; basalt; hexagonal; volcanic; lava; beach cliff; bush; ocean; bushwalking; camping; fishing; makarewicz; western australia; wa; oz; australia
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