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This Queenscliff apartment block clings precariously to the edge
The sign didn't seem to make a difference to anyone, me included! Freshie pool was great - newly renovated.
Hawaiian surfer, Duke Kahanamoku is credited with popularising surfboard riding in Australia when he demonstrated his skills at Freshwater Beach in December 1914.The statue at Freshwater was unveiled by his widow Mrs Duke Paoa Kahanamoku (Nadine) on Australia Day, Wednesday January 26, 1994.More pictures from an earlier visit here and here
Rocks on the cliffs between South Curl Curl and Freshwater
I've let the blog lag for a while as life took over, and haven't finished to walk yet! Day 5 began at South Curl Curl with a very refreshing dip!
The cliff edge of Dee Why Head, and rock platform at North Curl Curl. Curl Curl Lagoon opens to the sea.
This is underwater near the rocky headland shown yesterday from the pool at North Curl Curl.
The view from in North Curl Curl pool. Tomorrow we'll dive underwater.
Wednesday January 9 was overcast and a bit windy, but the sea was benign. A different story on Monday January 28, when a giant swell was crashing on the rocks and spilling through the pool.
Maybe there's something special about these chairs at the South Curl Curl kiosk which is worth a bird's eye view? City Daily Photo Theme Day: Cafe chairs.
I didn't ask this man's name, but we chatted for a while as we rested between laps. We were both enjoying the water at Dee Why pool. He agreed to let me take his photo. He was visiting with his children and nephews. They were having fun teaching the little one to balance on a boogie board in the small pool. They were lovely kids, having a great day out.
Dee Why pool
No sooner had we discovered this helpful brochure online, than this group came walkign off its pages!
On a windy, overcast, but still warm day, we met Jeremy, who with his friend Alex was kite-surfing at Dee Why Beach. We stood and watched them for ages - looked difficult, but lots of fun!
Morning learn-to-surf school at Collaroy Beach