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Port Willunga is an old port (mainly for wheat) about 50km south of Adelaide. The sentinal like posts are all the remains of the old jetty. Today it is just a quiet beach.
Whilst the water looks very calm a ship did get wrecked nearby in a massive storm - the Star of Greece in 1888.
Those cliffs are made of sand and fishermen in the past dug out caves for storing their boats and nets - the caves can still be seen.
The cliffs may look innocent enough but whilst we were in the region recently a boy playing on similar ones sadly fell to his death.

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