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  • Spectacular water and rock formations
    Spectacular water and rock formations
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  • Liz and I enjoying Bronte Beach (March 2010)
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    by cjg1 Updated Apr 2, 2010

    Bronte Beach is another beautiful beach. The beach gets its name from Lord Nelson who was the Duke of Bronte. The beach is surrounded by a park and some magnificent cliffs. We first came upon Bronte while walking down from the cliffs. It was a sight to see with the waves crashing on the surf.

    The beach boasts that they have the oldesr surflifesaving club with a banner that reads 1903. The beach area has plenty of picnic tabels to ejoy a meal as well as change rooms and bathrooms for beach goers.

    Oh and don't pronounce the Beach as Bronte like the famous authors but as "Bronty" or locals will look at you funny.

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