The boogie, woogie bugle boy of Julian Rocks

The boogie, woogie bugle boy of Julian Rocks

The boogie, woogie bugle boy of Julian Rocks

Thorny-back Cowfish behind Hugo's Trench, Julian Rocks, Byron Bay, NSW in approximately 20 meters.Shot with Olympus Mju 400D, built in flash. Photocomp October '04 - Novice

2004-10-18

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Named by Captain Cook in 1776, Julian Rocks in Byron Bay consists of ancient sedimentary rock, remains of a volcanic eruption more than 20 million years ago. It is an extension of Cape Byron separated by water and forms a most unique marine reserve, providing shelter and food for more than 500 tropical and temperate fish species alone!
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