September 4, 2009, Newsletter Issue #322: Surrounded by beaches

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Surrounded by beaches


They could spread out across more than 7 million square kilometres, but three in four Australians live within an hourīs drive of the ocean. Fortunately, thereīs plenty of room for everyoneīs beach towel.
The worldīs largest island, Australia is skirted by 36,735 kilometres of coastline. Most of it consists of long stretches of white, sandy beaches, broken by secluded lakes and bays.
In the interest of modesty, it was illegal to swim at the beach during daylight hours or at inner-city beaches until 1902. Australians have been making up for lost time ever since.

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