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Coast Walk; Casting Stones

gerroa-casting-stonesBeaches are landforms that are shaped by waves. They vary greatly depending on which way they face, and what kind of loose sediments are available for dumping!

The little beaches between Werri Beach and Loves Bay are all boulder beaches made up of eroded rocks from rock platforms and headlands.  The size of the rocks on the beaches reflect the power of the surf. The higher the energy the larger the particles hurled up on the shore.

Boulders or rocks are deposited when the energy conditions are very high.

This plaque is one of many found around the district. The plaques discribe the history of their locations. They were commissioned by Kiama Council in 2009.

If you had seen them around, you are welcome to have a look at the collection of plaques in the district.

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