PAMBULA BEACH

Sapphire Coast, New South Wales, Australia


Just around the point from Lions Beach you arrive at the mouth of the Pambula River. The river was first explored by Europeans in 1797 when George Bass put in to escape from a gale on his way down the coast. Bass noted the beauty of the place in his diary. Across the river is the Ben Boyd National Park and further up the river are oyster beds and small lakes.

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Looking across the mouth
of Pambula River
from above Lions Beach
Mouth of Pambula River,
early morning
Looking back up the
Pambula River
Looking out to sea,
low tide at
mouth of Pambula River
Looking back up the
Pambula River, late evening
Mouth of Pambula River,
low tide
Mouth of Pambula River,
looking across to
Ben Boyd National Park
Old buildings at the
mouth of Pambula River
Native grasses at the
mouth of Pambula River
The Lion Rock from the
mouth of Pambula River
Late evening,
mouth of Pambula River
Mouth of Pambula River,
looking out to sea
Mouth of Pambula River,
looking out to sea
Mouth of Pambula River,
looking out to sea
Looking back up the
Pambula River
Mouth of Pambula River,
looking out to sea
Fishermen,
mouth of Pambula River
Old buildings and boatsheds
at the mouth of Pambula River
 

Pambula Beach  .  New South Wales  .  Australia
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