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The combination of a scenic coastline, striking sea cliffs, golden beaches and undulating velvet green countryside is what makes Werri Beach a beautiful coastal village. I stopped there for a coffee  last weekend on my way to Berry and revisited my memories of summer at the beach as a child some fifty years ago. Werri Beach on the New South Wales south coast is just the kind of place you could spend the rest of your life.

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It looks quiet now but when the local markets are on hunting for treasure is all the go. You can then follow a busy morning shopping with a visit to the two local vineyards which produce award-winning wines. The next event will be on Saturday December 19th 2009 with the annual Street Parade and December markets.

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Most Australian families love the warm weather so in the summer months they flock to the pristine beaches to enjoy swimming, surfing, fishing or just relaxing in the restaurants and cafés. The beach which is a little slice of paradise lies within the Gerringong area and with engaging local names such as Mount Pleasant, Foxground, Rose Valley, Willow Vale and Seven Mile Beach you’ll just want to go exploring.



    • Hi Nadezhda,
      It was just fantastic.
      I took the third photo from the outdoor deck of the coffee shop and when I was having coffee I saw a whale leap out of the water.

    • Hey Juicer,

      Yes It’s beautiful there were even whales jumping out of the water.

      just between you and me and the rest of blog world I liked your layout so much I’ve looked for one I thought was similiar so I’m now using Journalist

      • Whale watching! I missed doing that in Maui.
        I love the new layout. Works well with your blog. It’s clean and no fuss, and I am glad you chose it too! I don’t see many WordPress blogs using this theme, which is quite inexplicable!

  1. Great shots and very beautiful place. Did the whale really jump out of the water. Coffee and whales…life is pretty darn good.

    • Hi Dals,
      yep the whales were really jumping…they do that to get attention……I think too much attention…I’m starting a “save the sardine” campaign….it’s not fair that they get squashed into those small tins.

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