Mystery Bay

by Theresa
(Mogo NSW Australia)

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Theresa, from Mogo, New South Wales says, "Mystery Bay has a lovely cove to explore on the Narooma end" and adds this intriguing photo.

More information on Mystery Bay, New South Wales, Australia.

From Narooma, take the Princes Highway toward Central Tilba. Just past Corunna Lake turn off on Mystery Bay Road. That will take you about 2 kilometers to Mystery Bay.

Mystery Bay is one of the many beaches that look out towards Tasmania. Some are sandy, some are rocky and the best for sea glass are those that are a mix of rocks and sand like Mystery Bay.

On the other hand, don’t expect a LOT of sea glass since it is not a very populated area.

Why was it named Mystery Bay? Wikipedia gives a few details of a small boat wrecked on the beach in 1880 and the mysterious and unsolved disappearance of 5 well-known men from the area.

See the list of beaches for Australia >>> Sea Glass in Australia

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Jan 28, 2016
Narooma, Eden, Cattlemans Bay
by: Tania

I have had some success along the beach below the golf course heading up to Australia Rock. best find was a 5 cent coin size ruby red piece.

I try to get up there at least once a year for a good old scrounge around, I love Narooma!

Thanks for sharing about Mystery Bay, I will have a look there next time we are up that way.

I found a fair bit at Eden too along the beaches from the wharf up to Cattleman's Bay.

Best find was a well rounded chunk of lilac and a few pale blues. Even had my husband looking for it in the end (I warned him its addictive!)

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