The rocky headland of Dark Point, north of Hawks Nest and in the southern area of Myall Lakes National Park, was declared an Aboriginal Site of significance in 2002. This area has a rich cultural history and has been a gathering place for the Worimi people for over 4000 years. It's been a favourite location of mine to visit when visiting the Great Lakes. These sand dunes seem to roll on forever, very fun to explore and photograph. The fresh coastal breeze and warm autumn sun made this shoot a memorable one. It's interesting observing the sweeping scenic views across the sand dunes to Broughton Island, you can imagine why it was a popular spot for so long.
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