Inverloch to Sandy Point

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Inverloch to sandy Point
The sweeping sandy beaches and often dramatic scenery of
this stretch of coast have been discovered by increasing
numbers of visitors in recent years. Surfing, windsurfing,
rock –pooling, exceptional  bird watching and some of the
state’s best fishing can all be found in this region.cheap accommodation,top hotel deals
Inverloch, on sheltered Anderson inlet, is ideal for
windsurfing, dinghy sailing, waterskiing and fishing. hotel bookings,The beaches are fine for swimming,
though beware of the deep tide channels.cheap hotel stay,
At low tide you can winkle for pipis, or watch water birds probe the exposed sand flats,hotel bookings,
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Environment Centre’s displays help explain the area’s
fossilized shells and intriguing dinosaur diggings. The
first dinosaur bones found in Australia were found in this
area in 1906 and there is usually an annual dig for fossils
around February to March. The Bunurong Coastal Drive
reveals secluded coves and stunning vistas as it follows
the cliff-line for around 16 km from Inverloch to Cape
Paterson, along the narrow Bunurong Marine and Coastal
Park. Watch out for wildlife on the road, especially at
dusk. Walkways and stairs lead down to various beaches and
Cape and great sunsets. Venus Bay, ticked into sand dunes,
has a sweep of coastline boasting five surf and estuary
fishing (yellow mullet and Australian salmon are local
catches). The coast from here to Cap Liptrap, classified as
a coastal park, is stretched to untouched landscape with
rocky headlands, wavecut platforms and impressive views to
the Prom. At isolated Sandy point windsurfing conditions
are internationally renowned. If you feel like dropping a
line you might haul in whiting , trevally, flathead or
salmon. Shallow Inlet Marine and Coastal Park provides a
feeding ground for an amazing variety of wading birds,
notably Northern Hemisphere migratory species. Beachcombers may be rewarded last last minute deals,
minute deals,by seeing shell middens, some dating back 6000 years, the remains of campsites of
the Brataualung people.lastbeds,

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