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The Crags Coastal Reserves

On our way to Adelaide, we decided to make a stop in the Limestone Coast, as well, to visit the area. Since it was Christmas and nobody was booking only one evening for the period, we ended up spending two nights. Anyway, more on that later.

In the mean time, here’s one beautiful stop on our way to Limestone Coast, at The Crags Coastal Reserves. This area (plus an offshore island) is part of the ancestral homelands of the Peek whurrung people, which were living along the coast, and it was known as Deen Maar. Here’s how the story goes: having forged the earth and all living things, Bunjil, the Creator, together with his brother Ballian and daughter Karakarook, departed the earth from the island (which you could spot from the shore). As you can understand, the area holds a great spiritual meaning to the locals.

Have a look at the photos, there were some amazing colours that day. Simply breathtaking.

The Crags

The Crags

The Crags

The Crags

The Crags

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