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Port Stephens-Great Lakes Marine Park - Explore the park

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Diver and a giant cuttlefish. Photo by David Harasti

The blotched hawkfish (Cirrhitichthys aprinus). Photo by David Harasti

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The donut nembrotha found off Cabbage Tree Island. Photo by David Harasti

The Looking Glass, a popular scuba diving spot.

The granular seastar (Uniophora granifera) lives on rocky surfaces. Photo by David Harasti

View of Sawtooth Rocks from Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse

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Number One Beach

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Celito Beach

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Fingal Island and Spit

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Gould’s petrel, an endangered seabird.

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Rock pools host a variety of resilient marine plants and animals

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The striped pyjama squid buries itself in the sand to hide from predators. Photo by David Harasti

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The swimming anemone attaches itself to aquatic plants or rocks to catch drifting food particles. Photo by David Harasti

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The red indianfish lives in sponge gardens where it is easily camouflaged. Photo by David Harasti

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The coastline from Tomaree Head to Anna Bay

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The blue groper can be found in protected reef areas. Photo by David Harasti

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Cod Rock, a popular diving spot off Broughton Island. Photo by David Harasti

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White’s seahorse lives in protected reef areas amongst seagrass and kelp. Photo by David Harasti

 

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Blueys Beach

 

 

 

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