18 Mar 2015

Seal Rocks

I've just been up the Mid North Coast of NSW visiting friends for a couple of days.A 600km round trip.Today we walked out to the lighthouse at Sugarloaf Point at Seal Rocks in the Myall Lakes National Park- a spectacular location.Nearby is a huge blowhole (top photo). The view from the lighthouse over the lakes to the north and over the surf beaches to the south (second photo) is worth the climb.The lighthouse, built in 1876, although it is stubby because it is perched on top of the cliffs, is a beautiful example of Australian colonial architecture.In the photo you can also see the hazardous Seal Rocks.

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