From Woonona, Bulli, Clifton, and other South Coast towns, that are on the edge of the sea, one may turn westward and climb the South Coast Range.
The coastal towns dot the plain that is between the hills and the Pacific. The narrow luxuriant strip is fringed with beautiful beaches. Our picture was taken from the heights that overlook Woonona and Bulli.
The foliage makes a splendid setting for a group of blackberry pickers.
– The Sydney Mail Wednesday 16 February 1910
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