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Canoe Bay

by Nov 7, 2019Post0 comments

November 1, 2019
To start the walking trail to Canoe bay ( and onward to Bivouac Bay) you first have to walk most of the length of the Fortescue Bay beach (above). Along the way you pass the Lagoon and bathing gulls plus the odd Pacific Black Duck.
Silver Gulls bathing, the Lagoon Fortescue Bay
From the end of the beach the walking trail begins, here we follow the trail around the first and second headlands to Canoe Bay. From there we walked a short distance around the end of Canoe Bay to the point where the trail turns inland to cross the ridge to Bivouac Bay, a further 6km return for those who wish to explore.  From this point is a good view of Cape Hauy.  The trail from Bivouac Bay also continues a further 12km North to Waterfall Bay which is also accessed from the Devils Kitchen car park (see previous post)

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