On a recent holiday, we visited two beautiful beaches – Mollymook, a pristine protected beach where Rick Stein spends his holidays, and Pebbly Beach, which is famous for its tame Wallabies.
Join me as I showcase some of the delights of the South Coast of New South Wales – from the dangerous Bluebottle, which can cause severe pain, to the beautiful blue Bower Birds and Wallabies that are so tame they approach visitors.
Admire the pristine water and sandy beaches, and watch the waves roll gently over the rocky headlands. Enjoy watching the ease of flight of the pacific seagulls – and some artistic sandcastles, soon to be washed away by the incoming tide.
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