and Southern Right whales visit the Sunshine Coast between May and
November annually. Bottlenose dolphins can be seen surfing the
waves close to shore all year round while Oystercatchers and Cormorants
fly above. Miles of unspoilt beach stretch as far as the eye can
see and the climate is great. Fish from the rocks, and if you
don't manage to catch anything, fear not - the pub-restaurant is about
100m from the B&B, overlooking the sea. The hiking and
walking is fantastic and boats launch from nearby Christmas Rock.
(Malcolm's boat during the 2008 Interprovincial Deep Sea Angling contest)
East London is only 30km away, with its world renowned coelocanth replica and the only real dodo egg in the world. There is also a mall, cinema, restaurants etc.
Grahamstown and The Hogsback are within easy reach, as are the spectacular Amathole Mountains. The ski-boat, kept at East London Harbour, is available, along with expert skipper, Malcolm, for ocean safaris and fishing trips. The area is rich in history and culture and shipwrecks and other facinating stories.
Malcolm and the mighty copper steenbras, caught locally, which now hangs above the bar.
A slightly younger Malcolm in Mauritius!
Romantic walks on the beach ...
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