Fiona Davies's experience in Oatley
Jibbon Beach
One of the many stunning beaches in the Royal National Park, Jibbon Beach features a wide expanse of golden sand and a great bay for swimming. It also harbours a secluded snorkelling spot along the rocks at the southern end of the beach. There’s not much of a reef but the water is usually clear and teeming with a wide variety of fishlife. Don’t forget to investigate the shallow rocks for octopus and moray eels, and even the odd cuttlefish or two hiding in the kelp forest. #snorkeling #snorkelling #snorkel #beaches #wildlife #nature #nationalpark
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