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Bonzle users have contributed 8 pictures of Cape Woolamai covering the years from 2015 to 2017:

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Picture of / about 'Cape Woolamai'  - Cape Woolamai1 - Cape Woolamai (Contributed by: GraemeReid  1859 pictures  )
A picture of Cape Woolamai as seen from a lookout along a walking track on the San Remo side of the Eastern Channel which is the eastern entrance to Westernport Bay. Cape Woolamai is the highest point on Phillip Island. Early explorer George Bass an his party passed by here in a whale boat on an exploration venture from Sydney in the early days of Australian discovery.
Cape Woolamai surf beach is on the other side of the Cape.

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Picture of / about 'Cape Woolamai'  - Cape Woolamai2 - Cape Woolamai (Contributed by: GraemeReid  1859 pictures  )
Yachts moored in the Eastern Channel Cape Woolamai.
Opposite, over the Eastern Channel, which is the eastern entrance to Westernport Bay, can be seen the coastline looking towards Kilcunda.

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Picture of / about 'Cape Woolamai'  - Cape Woolamai3 - Cape Woolamai (Contributed by: GraemeReid  1859 pictures  )
Yacht in the Eastern Channel Cape Woolamai. Opposite can be seen part of San Remo. The Eastern Entrance is the eastern entrance to Westernport Bay

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Picture of / about 'Cape Woolamai'  - Cape Woolamai - Eastern Entrance beach4 - Cape Woolamai - Eastern Entrance beach (Contributed by: GraemeReid  1859 pictures  )
Summer scene Eastern Entrance beach Cape Woolamai. The Bridge from San Remo to Phillip Island is in the distance

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Picture of / about 'Cape Woolamai'  - Cape Woolamai5 - Cape Woolamai (Contributed by: GraemeReid  1859 pictures  )
A picture of Cape Woolamai as seen from a lookout along a walking track on the San Remo side of the Eastern Channel which is the eastern entrance to Westernport Bay. Cape Woolamai is the highest point on Phillip Island. Early explorer George Bass an his party passed by here in a whale boat on an exploration venture from Sydney in the early days of Australian discoveries.

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