December 21, 2012 §
John Barlow (with kingfish) JM Harding with camera.
Jocelyn Edwards, diving model was a speargun advertiser for Sea Hornet. 1970s
An old mattress and a stack of longboards. The vehicle would be full of dust from the unsealed road into Seal Rocks village.
A rough road into Seal Rocks from the highway gave Forster mechanics plenty of work.
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It is still possible to catch fish off this beach – at certain times of the year.
December 20, 2012 §
Mobile shop ran by a local outside the camping ground at the first beach saved a long walk up the hill to the established shop.
On-site caravans used as weekenders by the owners. About 1980
View: North West from First Beach
Regular caravan holiday couple – who found my camera bag full to the top with everything important. I’m forever grateful to Bill and Nancy (name corrections required, we fear).
Boat owners camped on First Beach during 1960s
Beachfront breakfast during the winter when few other visitors were around. Ron Taylor’s tent (1964), surfgirl Tanya is a friend of Valerie.
When camping on the beach was allowed. Very handy if you had your own boat.
Tiger quoll at dusk in the rain forest, not far from the shop.
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