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Well worth taking an enjoyable and relaxed walk to the end of the 800m plus pier. There was a gentle breeze blowing, but this can change to boisterous quickly. Local fisherman line up on the railing daily with their creative fishing gear in the hope...More
Walking along this very long pier is great exercise, at just under 900m each way. The water was crystal clear we could see a sting rays and heaps of fish. There was also a large variety of birds flying around. The wooden decking is a...More
My partner remembers the pier as a child when it was twice as long, today its impressive can only imagine what it was like when it was over a kilometre long.
Was a great walk watching the para surfers fetes and failures lol! The tide...More
This pier is a very long one and it is best to go at high tide if you want to do some fishing. No shade anywhere, so make sure you wear a hat, sunscreen and take a bottle of water. It is much longer than...More
The Urangan pier is a beautiful landmark with an incredible history. We try to visit daily as we live close by.
When the water is clear you can see a varying array of sea life such as sting rays, mackerel, bream, herring, flat head, golden...More