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A must-see if you come to Norfolk!

Here you can not only swim, but also watch the interesting sea life at low tide. In addition, this... read more

Reviewed February 5, 2019
MayyaSim
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Melbourne, Australia
Great snorkeling

Great access to reef for snorkeling and no sharks! Not as tranquil as Emily Bay but a must for... read more

Reviewed January 27, 2019
Jane B
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Kimberley, Australia
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Feb 5, 2019
“A must-see if you come to Norfolk!”
Jan 27, 2019
“Great snorkeling”
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Reviewed February 5, 2019

Here you can not only swim, but also watch the interesting sea life at low tide. In addition, this is a great place for photo and video shooting. It is also very close to many historical and natural sights around, where you can just walk.

Date of experience: February 2019
1  Thank MayyaSim
Reviewed January 27, 2019

Great access to reef for snorkeling and no sharks! Not as tranquil as Emily Bay but a must for diving and exploring the beautiful corals.

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Jane B
Reviewed January 12, 2019

This place is great for snorkelling at low tide. You see tonns of fish with lots of colour, and occasional sting ray, sea cucumbers and crabs. You can, at low tide swim out to the reef edge, no sharks, and be amazed by the huge...More

Date of experience: January 2019
1  Thank Peter R
Reviewed November 24, 2018

Slaughter Bay we were told relates to the Old English "slow moving water". It makes sense since the reef protects. Interesting for its diversity. Jetty and boat launch in the west (Kingston Pier), Kingston and the historic area through the centre and Emily Beach on...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank herbie2448
Reviewed July 18, 2018

Hard to describe the feelings of visiting this location - lots of history and sadness about it, yet beautiful at the same time.

Date of experience: April 2018
Thank AnnaVanSteel
Reviewed July 15, 2018

Parking on the grassy forshore, looking out onto the volcanic rocks with waves breaking and windows down was not enough. Just had to get out of the car and sit to watch the power of the Pacicic ocean finding land. No one was slaughtered there...More

Date of experience: July 2018
Thank Sandra S
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