Bengello Bounty – A study of the Eurobodalla coast between Broulee and Moruya River – October 2005

The Bengello sandplain between Broulee and the Moruya River is one of the most
valuable natural assets in the Eurobodalla Shire.
Its geology is fascinating. The sandplain is one of the largest and most extensively
studied beach-ridge plains on the eastern seaboard of Australia. The data it will
continue to yield is critical for the prediction of the impacts of global climate change
and sea level rise on sandy coasts.

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