Fishing at Black Rocks

Kelvin and Peter Burden fishing at Black Rocks, before 1960

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The old camp is near the waterline on the left but has been eroded away.
Black Rocks is 200 or 300 metres after The Bluff and Bluff Gully, the last gully before Black Reef.  It is so named because it is covered in black dwarf mussels.


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Before 1960

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