Originally Posted by moroker
I'd bring some buckets,an esky to put your haul in,and some ice.
You can fetch a rake and digging implements if you want.
Apparently you do a shuffle with your feet to find them and make them rise to the top - keeps you fit as well!
Bring a picnic and loads of sun cream:)
Originally Posted by Tyke
hi russell i was thinking of heading down there sometime soon with the kids, do you know if you can get many cockles just from the beach as i dont have a 4wd.
Last edited by dunnarunna; 13-11-2008 at 01:24 AM.
Reason: its down there not up!!
Originally Posted by dunnarunna
It's pretty random as to where the cockles are - it might be a short walk or a hike.
I think we are going a few K's down the beach.
A few of are ferrying so the offer is there for you guys:)
I've PM'd you my mobile in case you get lost........
Thanks to those guys who turned up - nice to see you. :)
Had a great time ,even if the cockles were a little elusive
They are faster than I thought!
The sand was nice and firm once on the beach - not like last time we were there
If anyone has 4WD and not been there yet - go!
It was amazing to see so many people cockling - there must have been hundreds along the beach doing it.
We all reckon that there will be some mature ones in a few weeks time.I'm off again to load up.
If anything like this is coming up again I'll put up a post.:)