Eden NSW Australia Sea Glass Report

by Tania
(Lakes Entrance, Victoria, Australia)

Beach and Sea Glass Photos Needed

Beach and Sea Glass Photos Needed

Eden, New South Wales; also Cattlemen's Bay area

Found some small pieces on small beach to the right of the wharf area.

There is a small car park area and we found heaps of it just below the steps from the car park around the rocks.

Small pieces of amber, greens, white and blacks that look dark olive green when held up to the sun.

Larger pieces of green, blue and even a lilac were found on the rocky areas around Cattlemens Bay too.

Look around the high tide marks.



Please, photos are needed so we can see what kind of sea glass has found in the Eden, NSW area, CLICK HERE.

Also, we couldn't find Cattlemen's Bay on the map. Tania, possibly you or someone can include some specifics in the comment area below.

Thanks!

David and Lin at Odyssey Sea Glass




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Jun 16, 2016
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Thanks!
by: David

We really appreciate the update, Tania! Anyone heading that way looking for sea glass will get an idea of what to expect in the future.

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Amendments to Beach Names
by: Tania

The first beach I mentioned is actually "Snug Cove" and is accessed via car park next to the Wharf.

Second beach is "Cocora Beach" and is accessed via park and playground/bbq area off Ida Rodd Drive Eden.

Cattlemens Bay is actually "Cattle Bay" but is also known as "Cannery Bay" just to add to the confusion.

Snug Cove will be no longer if the proposed wharf redevelopment goes through, a shame as there is a lot of very old pieces there including a lot of black glass.

Cattle Bay also has a planned resort and giant marina which will mean hundreds of people all over a beach that is lucky to get a handful of locals visiting at present. Wave deflectors are also planned, how or if this will affect the presence of sea glass I am not certain.

Hope that clears it all up!

Tania

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