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The South-East Corner of Australia is a sparsely populated wilderness from Mallacoota in Victoria, to Eden in NSW.
From Mallacoota we drove up to the Pambula Airport, feeling much healthier than the day before… We rented a small 4 seater Cessna and set off back South along the coast.
The first picture, above, was taken as we took off from from the airport and shows the town and beach of Pambula. Our first destination was Green Cape (Below), which I visited on my first trip up the coast in Boe’s HQ Holden when I was 18. We had heard there was good diving there so we drove for an hour down the heavily pot-holed dirt track only to be stopped a kilometre from the coast by a huge pit that would easily have swallowed the car…
South from Green Cape the weather turned bad, and we hit a rain squall that reduced vis to a few metres. It broke just as we reached the Cape, where I took picture below. The tip of Cape Howe is the Easternmost border point between the states of Victoria and NSW, though I think the only way to get there is via boat or walking….
We flew over the cape, as far as Gabo Island, (you can see it in picture above) then circled back to Pambula.