Fiona Davies's experience in Sydney
Clovelly Bay
Clovelly Bay is vast natural swimming pool containing its own entire ecosystem. The rocky breakwall is an effective barrier against the ounding surf, so snorkellers can simply float across the tranquil surface as fish congregate below. European-style concrete promenades along the sides attract plenty of sunbathers, but more usefully, have stairs taking you directly to the marine-life rich middle of the bay. With their bright colours and curious nature, seeing a blue groper always elicits excitement, but the pool is also home to schools of bream and blackfish, moray eels, cuttlefish, blennies, octopus and stingarees. #snorkel #snorkelling #beaches #beach #sydney #clovelly
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