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Wednesday, May 16, 2012

The Road to the Sandon River

This is the road to a little known coastal hamlet called Sandon River or The Sandon. In a big tide the track goes underwater. On the left are Tuckeroo trees, remnants of a littoral rainforest that now has a thick undergrowth of introduced weeds. The Sandon is a fascinating spot and over the next few posts I will show you some of it's secrets and history.

9 comments:

  1. It looks like a beautiful area Mark ... I've never heard of tuckeroo trees before maybe they grow more in tropical areas.

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  2. I bet there are secrets hidden in this beautiful place. Love the view too. Thanks for linking....
    Water World Wednesday

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  3. Beautiful place and a lovely scenery!

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  4. Tuckeroo ... nver heard of them before .. nice name.

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  5. this looks like one of our roads here going to a friend's beach house.:p
    lovely.

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  6. Wonderful view!
    Have a nice evening:)

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