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Casuarina Coastal Reserve

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Lovely place to walk the dogs

Great place to take the dogs for a walk and watch the sunset. Beautiful and clean, not too busy... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
JessVZ
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Melbourne, Australia
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Nude or dressed thats the question here.

What a lovely beach. You can walk there for kilometres and very often you wont meet anyone or only... read more

Reviewed August 15, 2018
SydneyPerla
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Casurarina Coastal Reserve protects about 1500ha of coastal habitats between the estuaries of Rapid Creek and Buffalo Creek. It features 13km of sandy beaches, dramatic cliffs and shady casuarina trees. Behind the dunes lie tropical coast plant...more
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Darwin, Northern Territory 0810, Australia
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Great place to take the dogs for a walk and watch the sunset. Beautiful and clean, not too busy. Has some damage from the cyclone, but nothing to detach from the beauty of the beach.

Thank JessVZ
Reviewed August 15, 2018

What a lovely beach. You can walk there for kilometres and very often you wont meet anyone or only 5 to 7 people. Awesome. The only downside: you cannot swim there (or rather take extra care as there might be crocs or stingers in there)....More

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Reviewed August 11, 2018

walked down the beach for about 300 meters to get to the water. Low tide makes the beach so bear. Saw tiny sand crab just look exactly like a grain of sand. Had a quick walk in the water and came up. It's so strange...More

Thank Chunty B
Reviewed August 5, 2018

Stopped here and ate fish and chips on the beach. No one swimming on the long stretch of water. Had planned on taking a swim but with no one in the water just enjoyed walking the sand

Thank Sam H
Reviewed July 15, 2018

Visiting Casuarina was a highlight of our stay in Darwin. The beach was beautiful (and basically deserted) and the water was perfect. We visited during the dry so the threat of box jellyfish was minimal. On our last day, we brought our dog and he...More

Thank OwlTrippin
Reviewed July 9, 2018

Not a bad place for a stroll early in the morning or after work.Not much of a place for a swim though.

Thank Krakonosh
Reviewed July 7, 2018

Reserve your time for this nature park/ area. Easy to access with great facilities. Definitely recommend.

Thank Chris W
Reviewed July 5, 2018

Perhaps a little underrated but we found this coastal drive very pleasant and captivating, getting to see much of the bay. Few good shady spots along the way for a picnic. Leisurely area away from the city buzz.

Thank Jemmimah S
Reviewed May 23, 2018 via mobile

What a delight. Wonderful walk to the beach, able to dip our toes into warm sea. Make sure you check out the great iced latte at Surf life saving Cafe on the way and relax in a hammock

Thank Kim M
Reviewed May 22, 2018

Such a pity the waterways and seas are mostly not swimmer friendly. BUT they are certainly scenic and are a great place for leisurely sunset walks.

Thank H7342JAkathym
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