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We parked the car and walked the 600m to the sand blow. We were amazed when we saw it and the children climbed the high side. They found it difficult to slide down on their body boards so came down and tried the other side....More
Parked in the appropriate car park then walked through the bush track until we reached the sand blow.
Wow, sand for as far as you could see in all directions.
Views to the Ocean & Double Island Point
Then the other way over Tin Can...More
Go and visit late afternoon and be there as the sun sets. Start on the ocean side and walk across towards the sunset to really get a sense of the enormity of this natural wonder. Take a (plastic) glass or two and share some bubbles...More
Take a body board and go for a short walk through the scribbly gums and rain forest to the sand blow, head to the left for the sand boarding slope - it's pretty steep and lots of fun! The scenery is also worth checking out...More
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