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Having observed divers entering from the shore at the Spit, I always wondered what on earth there was to see. Little did I know that the Seaway is in fact a treasure trove of marine delights. Divided into 4 main areas: South Wall (including the Sand Bypass Pipe and the Short Pipe) – the Seaway represents great marine biodiversity. On the North Wall – you’ll find schools of pelagic fish, wobbegong and whaler sharks; SouthWest Wall offers beach entry and is home to little critters. And then there’s Wave Break Island - excellent for snorkelling and learning to dive.
 
I must admit, I have been a little judgmental, ignoring the delights right under my nose, preferring to discover the exotic treasures of the Great Barrier, Vanuatu and Tahiti.
 
 
 
Posted in lifestyle | Devocean Dive
Posted by Gretel Breytenbach
01 Apr 2007
Make your own delictable Koeksisters at home or purchase the equally delicious treats from the Koeksister King
 
About this recipe: Of Malay origin, this recipe has been adapted and has been part of our tradition for decades. We even have a monument for the koeksister.
 
 
 
Posted in recipes |
Posted by Peter Thomas
01 Apr 2007
The figures on the number of children who are sexually assaulted each year in Australia are staggering. Research consistently suggests that around 1 in 5 children will be sexually assaulted.
 
With the increase in awareness around child sexual assault, the main questions that we are asked here at Bravehearts is: “What can I do to protect my kids?”
 
 
 
Posted in community | Support Bravehearts
Posted by Kim August
01 Apr 2007
An essential component of the successful migration to a new country includes the integration with the business community in which you now live. Having arrived in Australia, or contemplating your arrival, you need to network with the appropriate people sooner rather than later.
 
 
 
Posted in business | Sabona Business Network
Posted by Richard Hill
01 Apr 2007
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