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  1. Love Sugarloaf and what a great round-up you’ve done. So much helpful information, love it! Thanks for popping over to ZigaZag earlier too … much appreciated. Perhaps we should make a plan to cross reference where we can? I love what you’re doing :)

  2. yes sugarloaf rock is a stunning place i used to fish to the left of the rock on an equally spectacular rock about 25 years ago when i used to live at caves caravan park .i have seen huge waves with spray coming over the top ,and beautiful spring days where everything is calm.

  3. My parents took us to Bunkers bay for Christmas holidays from 1943 and for many years thereafter.
    In the fifties it was quite obvious why Sugar Loaf rock was so called. Being the home of a colony of redtailed tropic birds( the furthest south they came ) and other sea birds.It was covered with their white droppings(guano ) which gradually faded over the years as bird numbers decreased and is now non existent.

    Keith Brown

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