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Easts Beach, Kiama.

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  1. That is one of the nicest tourist parks I have ever stayed at. We had a cabin right on the beach. It was beautiful. Thanks for reminding me. Nice touch of red.

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    1. Yes it is a lovely park for that reason and they have left some room for campers and caravaners to also have a spot with a a view. In recent years many of the parks give front row seats only to cabins.

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  2. Red adds a wonderful dimension to photos. This looks like a beautifully located park ....I could imagine listening to the waves softly breaking on the shoreline.

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  3. I was wondering where you were for you beach getaway.

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