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  1. This is a great collection of beaches. I have not been to all of them, when I visited the Geographe Bay in South Western Australia the weather was not so good, so I could not enjoy the sunshine. I loved Bunker Bay Beach most, it’s a special beach if you want to be on your own and I have heard it is also great place to spot humpack whales splashing in and out of water close to the shore! I hope one day I can experience that too!

    • Hi Michela, I really love Bunker Bay too! I haven’t been lucky enough to spot whales in the bay (that would be amazing!) but have seen them in the far distance off the northern coast of Cape Naturaliste a few times.

  2. There is a lot of information that I need to get about some down south beaches for my assessment in class and got the facts and information that help me complete my assessment.

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