It was a good thing the heat had broken by the time we got to Cowell because we discovered it does not have a beach. The bay is lined by mangroves without a grain of sand in sight. It is situated on a large bay with a very small opening, so again an ideal place for oyster farming. We went to the oyster sheds and sampled their wares - very nice. As we were shucking our oysters in the camp kitchen we met another couple who were cooking up a big batch of blue swimm...
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For our three days in Tumby Bay the wind was raging consistently, but on our last morning we woke to the sound of waves breaking on the shore. We hadn't heard this before due to the blaring of the wind. This morning broke still and warm and sunny. We moved on to Port Neil, a small town further up the coast. The best thing I can say for it is it had a nice beach, and that was what we needed as the day was turning into a scorcher. The caravan park was very basic, ...