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The myths and legends

The myths and legends of Broulee and Mossy Point Not too many locals Know Broulee and Mossy Point as well as Richard Fisher. Tim the Yowie Man met Richard earlier this year and was given a guided tour of some of the highlights. Fortunately Richard has assembled his thoughts and knowledge into an online blog that he calls Broulee Folklore, Myth and Legend with what he calls random recollections of Mossy Point, Broulee, Tomakin and Burrewarra Point; mostly since the 1940s. You can read Richard's wonderful blog and wander the gallery of photos at this link


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