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1 month ago   |   By 10,000 Birds

Last Saturday, May 16th, it was a three tide day, so there was very little tidal movement. On our biggest tides in Broome there is almost ten metres of tidal movement. That is a lot of sea coming in and going out over a few hours. We chose to take a long walk at the northern end of Cable Beach heading to Willie Creek on the south side. Over recent months the beach has changed so dramatically that we can no longer walk all the way up the beach due to a breach in the sand spit. By choosing a day with the least tidal movement we could go all the way to the south side of Willie Creek on...
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