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    Johnny does Yaccaba

    Day 3 of my get-fit campaign. I find I get bored quickly with indoor exercise, so I try to get out and about as much as possible. Today’s plan is to climb a whopping big headland called Yaccaba, on the northern side of Port Stephens, NSW and take some pictures. 32o 41’ 48.23”S, 152o 11’ 55.19”E
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    I arrive on the beach to see this lunatic trying to attract a Great White Shark. The place is a well known haunt for them, some as big as Volkswagens and much faster.

    Looks like fun.
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    The objective


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    We have a bit of trouble with the dingoes here. A bit of 1080 knocks them over so that the tourists can feel safe. The dingoes and birds of prey aren’t that happy about it though.

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    About halfway up you can see through the trees. The headland is at the end of a long sand peninsular with the ocean on one side, and Port Stephens on the other.


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    This should be good...I always enjoy your reports JL...

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    There is some nice bush on this section of track, The Australian bush is quite beautiful in Spring.

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    A couple of elderly gumtrees

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    Sorry, having a bit of trouble with my multiple pictures.

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    Some Staghorns. Great to see the young plants getting a hold despite the frequent tourist traffic.

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    Is it hot or cold this time of year?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Longprong
    Is it hot or cold this time of year?
    Should be hot, but is relatively mild so far. this day was about 25 degrees c with cooling sea breeze in the afternoon.

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    Yeah, those sea shots loked a bit nippy.

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    The last section gets a bit steep. I could feel my man-boobs shrinking on this climb. I had to stop for a couple of blows and half a gallon of water.

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    The views from the top are very nice, but half blocked by trees. It would be a long way to carry a chainsaw.

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    This is the southern headland of the port, called Tomaree.

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