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The reef at low tide
The reef at low tide

The Port Noarlunga Reef is a protected marine zone. When the tide is low you can walk or snorkel around the reef

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Snorkelling
Snorkelling
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Explore
Explore

Exploring in the rock pools it a great way to spend the afternoon

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A lazy afternoon
A lazy afternoon
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Early morning
Early morning

Early morning at the Onkaparinga wetland

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Walk along the beach
Walk along the beach

No matter what the weather, the beach is always wonderful

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The Port Noarlunga Jetty
The Port Noarlunga Jetty

The old Pt Noarlunga Jetty (built 1855) was 30m south of the current jetty. It had a tram line and was used to transport trade goods (wheat/flour/barley/wool) to Pt Adelaide.

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The Pt Noarlunga Jetty
The Pt Noarlunga Jetty

The current jetty was built for recreational purposes. It was once connected to the reef, but the end was destroyed in a storm in 1987.

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The Dunes
The Dunes

There are several walking trails through the nearby sand dunes. Keep your eye and ear out for interesting coastal birds.

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Sunset
Sunset
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The Dunes
The Dunes

Everyone can enjoy exploring the dunes

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The Onkaparinga Estuary
The Onkaparinga Estuary

Walk 10 minutes south of McCloud House and you will find the tranquil mouth to the Onkaparinga River.

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