- there is a large grassed area where large family groups (extended newer-Australian families, drunk groups of younger Anglo-Saxons) have barbeques, play cricket or kick soccer balls, and
- propped against the southern edge of the beach is a big rock hole which is very child-friendly at low tide. Bulldozers have dragged the rocks out of the centre – and left a beautiful and calm sandy swimming hole – known ubiquitously as the “bogey hole”. You can see a picture of it in calm conditions here.
Sunday, November 30, 2008
Weekend edition: surf lifesaving as a spectator sport
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