Found on Sydney’s northern beaches in December 2017

by Susan Sawyer
(Sydney Australia)


Sydney, Australia



December 2017

Found these during a week of extra low tides

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Reply to Cindy
by: Susan

Hi Cindy, this is my third attempt at replying to you. The other two are not showing up on the page. I don’t know why my email didn’t work, but can you give me your email address or send me a message through facebook (if you use it). My name on there is Susan Sawyer (Susan L Hunt).
Regards
Susan

Seaglass Hunting
by: Anonymous

Hi I tried to send you info to your email address and it didn't work.

Staying at the Rydges North off of McLaren St. for 3 days. Then Mantra Ettalong Beach for 3 Days.

Any help you can give my sister and I would be appreciated. You have found some Great pieces.

How are the low tides at this time of year? We will be arriving from New Zealand on the 27th of February.

Thanks in advance for any help you can give us.

Cindy

Reply to Cindy
by: Susan Sawyer

Hi Cindy, if you want to email me at slinkycat9 at yahoo dot com.au I wii give you more beach info.
Regards
Susan

Your trip
by: Anonymous

Hi Cindy, I just wanted to know where you are staying to recommend sea glass spots nearby. North Sydney is a good choice. From there the closest sea glass hunting location would be Manly.

There are a few spots there to check out. Perhaps you could stay in Manly for a few nights if you have time.

There are lovely beaches and beautiful walks and you can be first on the beach for sea glass!

If you want to email me at slinkycat9 at yahoo.com.au I can give you more info.

Regards

Susan




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Seaglass Hunting
by: Cindy

What beach did you find your large amount? Nice job!! Can you help us out on a specific beach?

Seaglass Hunting
by: Cindy

Hi staying at Rydges North Sydney 54 McLaren St. from Feb. 27th till March 2nd. then return March 10th for a few days have not made reservations yet for that time if any suggestions.

Northern Beaches
by: Susan

Hi Cindy, where will you be staying in Sydney?

Seaglass Hunting
by: Cindy

Hi my sister and I will be in Sydney in late February we would love to stroll the beaches looking for sea glass.

Would you be so kind as to share the best beaches to go to. Would appreciate any help.

We will also be in Wellington NZ if any recommendations in that location as well would be fabulous.

Thanks




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Sea Glass Sydney Australia
by: Odyssey Sea Glass

Revised - we had previously commented that Sydney was landlocked - obviously a mistake.

For some reason I had Sydney Harbor in mind, so apologize for the mistake.

A surfer for most of my life, I had always been aware of the many excellent surf spots on Sydney's shores so all I can say is - senior moment there.

Thanks for the report showing LOADS of sea glass!

Happy hunting!

David

Sydney's beaches
by: Susan Sawyer

The comments made on my post (about Sydney being landlocked) are not correct. Sydney is located right on the ocean and has 100 kilometres (60 miles) of coastline and dozens of surfing beaches.

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