Blueys Beach


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April 15th 2012
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Before leaving Port Stephens, we visited Shoal Bay’s quaint Sunday market for a bit. Then onwards, around to the other side of Port Stephens Bay, to visit the towns of Tea Gardens (cute name!) and Hawks Nest. We continued through the Myall Lakes National Park, took the ferry from Mungo Brush to Bombah Point where we stopped for lunch, and ended up in the small town of Blueys Beach.We’d have loved to stop at the lakes and go for a walk but the rain had already set in and wasn’t showing any signs of disappearing.

Blueys Beach is a lovely little place with plenty of beaches and therefore very popular with surfers. There’s Blueys Beach itself, Boomerang Beach, Elizabeth Beach… We went for a walk and, being in a country village on a Sunday evening, took the opportunity to do a whole lot of nothing.


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