Bargara beach

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Subject: Bargara beach
From: "Phillip Duke" <>
Date: Mon, 18 Sep 2006 19:48:05 +1000
A post a little bit down about Bargara  made me bite on my bit because it is 
such nice place on the coast due east of Bundaberg and I had hoped  to read 
something exciting from a place I've been to 6 or so times.
Not only does it have ancient stone walls made by the South Sea Islander 
workforce but I saw a Banded Land Rail framed by a pandanus and the wide 
Pacific Ocean behind in the wild patch to the north.
When the wind is NN-E, there is surf there as the tip of Fraser Island lies out 
And sea turtles nest in the sand.

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