Sandison Reserve – National Trust Property
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About this site: Ancient glacial features, formed during the Permian Ice Age 270 million years ago, make Hallett Cove one of the most significant geological sites in Australia. The oldest rocks in the area are of the Precambrian era of 600 million years ago. Excellent walking tracks and a part of Hallett Cove Conservation Park.
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