South Coast author John Blay believes Bundian Way is path to eco-tourism glory

By Tim the Yowie Man
Updated April 23 2018 - 10:42pm, first published August 24 2015 - 5:44pm

It's a picture-perfect late winter's day on the sparkling southern shores of Eden's Twofold Bay. The waves are gently washing the oyster-covered rocks, the pelicans are cheekily chasing the cormorants, and along with a few fluffy white clouds, the imposing peak of Mt Imlay holds up the western horizon. From my vantage spot on a headland near the historic Davidson Whaling Station, rays of afternoon sunlight flicker off thousands of tiny white shell fragments which are scattered around my feet, and which form the top of a three-metre high ancient midden.

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