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At the Eastern end of Neds beach lies a large rock platform extending from the headland and hill which is situated between Middle beach and Neds Beach.
The rock platform is submerged other than at low tide and I was fortunate to visit at a time of an extremely low tide and was able to photograph a myriad of marine life and corals.
The volcanic rock is pitted and very sharp to walk on,good footwear and extreme care are essential.

Categories & Keywords
Category:Scenic
Subcategory:Coastlines
Subcategory Detail:
Keywords:Lord Howe Island, beach, coastline, coral, headland, low tide, marine, marine life, neds beach, ocean, rock platform, sand, sea, volcanic rock

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