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Eighty Mile Beach

Eighty Mile Beach which is situated almost half way between Broome and Port Hedland is famous for its fishing and shell collecting not to mention the magnificent sunsets, sunrises and just plain solitude.
It is a listed wetland and feeding ground for migratory birds. Each year millions of migratory shore-birds arrive in Northern Australia from their feeding and breeding grounds in the Arctic Circle.
By the time they arrive here, these birds have travelled between 10,000 and 15,000 kilometres. Some have only been hatched for a few months.
They are hungry and Eighty Mile Beach is rich in the food source which they require.
The continuity of these migratory birds depends on successful feeding, resting and breeding. Any disturbance can interfere with their survival.