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Horizontal Falls: Part 2 : Horizontal Falls, Talbot Bay and Cyclone Creek

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Published on May 9, 2012

The view from the boat as we go through both the larger and smaller openings between the bays. Feeding the groper at the base with the sharks looking on waiting for their share of the morsels. The sharks were very docile and could easily be patted but it paid to make sure one kept one's fingers away from the sharp bits at the front end. They don't make much distinction between a piece of fish and a human hand. We set off along the bay and into Cyclone Creek where the batfish got a snack and the local baby saltwater croc " snapper" paid us a visit. Some more shots of the spectacular scenery and we head back to base,
The Horizontal Falls are salt water tidal flow directly from the sea. They are so called because at full flow there can be a fall measured in metres between one side and the other. It would be a great place to swim if it weren't for a number of creatures that would gladly have you for lunch.
My partner and I have done a lot of tours in a lot of places. We would both recommend this as the best value for money tour we have ever done.

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