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Port Gregory

Port Gregory, situated 47kms north west of Northampton, is bounded by the spectacular 'Pink Lake' and protected by a five kilometre exposed coral reef which provides safe anchorage and boat launching areas for fishing and water sports.

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      This picturesque fishing village is encircled by five kilometres of exposed coral reef. Originally developed to serve the Geraldine Leadmine, the town is now a holiday hotspot for fishing, diving and offers a range of accommodation options.

       

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