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PORT MacDonnell is renowned through-
out the world for its cave diving.
Piccaninnie Pond, a large reed swamp
with subterranean springs, is one of Aus-
tralia's best cave diving destinations.
The caves are sinkholes and require
considerable skill and a permit from the
National Parks and Wildlife Service at
During summer Port MacDonnell's
population of about 600 quadruples as
visitors flock to enjoy fishing, snorkelling
and other beach activities.
The area's rugged coastline is well
worth a look. Woolwash beach is a popu-
lar swimming spot and many visitors flock
there to watch fairy penguins come ashore
at dawn and dusk.
Other attractions include the old cus-
toms house, which was built in 1862 and
is now a bed and breakfast, the maritime
museum, which holds an interesting
collection of maritime artefacts, and
the Cape Northumberland Heritage and
Port MacDonnell is one of the state's most popular cave diving spots.
The Limestone Coast Discover what's
below the surface
23 Meylin Street,
Open 7 Days
Open 7 days a week for lunch & dinner
Specialising in Crayfish (seasonal)
Other hotel facilities: Lotto, Latest Pokies,
TAB & SKY Channel, Drive Thru Bottleshop,
Pub Style Hotel Accommodation
40 Meylin St. Port MacDonnell - (08) 8738 2213
ho The Spaeth F
Your hosts: The Sp h Familyy
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