My favourite part of town is Angourie Back Beach. We go there lots and it is only ever crowded at the peak of the Christmas holidays. It's a great place to people watch as travellers come from all over the world to surf the famous but treacherous point on the other side of the headland.
This spot is also the start of one of the world's most spectacular paths, the Yuraygir Coastal Walk. The four day hike south traverses the longest stretch of protected coastline in NSW and the traditional Aboriginal homelands of the Yaegl Nations in the north and the Gumbaynggirr in the south: along empty beaches, windswept heaths, littoral rainforest and pristine streams and rivers to the village of Red Rock.
Sometimes you can go to Angourie Back Beach in winter and you have it all to yourself except for the Ospreys, Honeyeaters, Kites, Thick Knees, Cowrie shells, coffee rock, driftwood............
On the first day of every month the City Daily Photo Community celebrate by posting to a particular theme. To see my comrades favourite locations in their own towns click below.
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