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It was our third camp in a row beside the sea. This was the view from our van.


  1. Million dollar view. That does make camping look attractive.

    1. There used to be lots of caravan parks with absolute sea front positions but these days they have mostly been given over to cabins and the caravans get a spot at the back. However in this case I understand the foreshore is only leased so the cabins were further back on the private land.

      That said we found quite a few caravan parks gave us waterfront positions on our SA trip.

  2. Such a calm sea. Brilliant view.

    1. Never really noticed the calm sea until you mentioned it. We didn't get a lot of time looking at it because it was raining a lot of the time.


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