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Spectacular basalt cliffs at Black Point

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These are the stunning basalt cliffs at Black Point in the D'Entrecasteaux National Park, west of Walpole.
The cliffs were formed by lava pouring and cooling slowly over time.
Instagrammer kenjineering took this drone photo. Send your photos to news@albanyadvertiser.com.au or find us on Facebook or Instagram.These are the stunning basalt cliffs at Black Point in the D'Entrecasteaux National Park, west of Walpole.
The cliffs were formed by lava pouring and cooling slowly over time.
Instagrammer kenjineering took this drone photo. Send your photos to news@albanyadvertiser.com.au or find us on Facebook or Instagram.
Camera IconThese are the stunning basalt cliffs at Black Point in the D’Entrecasteaux National Park, west of Walpole.
The cliffs were formed by lava pouring and cooling slowly over time.
Instagrammer kenjineering took this drone photo. Send your photos to news@albanyadvertiser.com.au or find us on Facebook or Instagram.

These are the stunning basalt cliffs at Black Point in the D’Entrecasteaux National Park, west of Walpole.

The cliffs were formed by lava pouring and cooling slowly over time.

Instagrammer kenjineering took this drone photo.

Send your photos to news@albanyadvertiser.com.au or find us on Facebook or Instagram.

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