Yarra River is the perfect river to laze by and is a favourite local spot for a beach and river lime.
Yarra River is the perfect river to laze by on a cool Sunday evening or to enjoy the company of tweeting birds and crying seagulls on an early Sunday morning. The River acts as a natural boundary separating the villages of La Fillette and Blanchisseuse and is a favourite local spot for a beach and river lime. One stretch of the river bank is lined with almond trees while the other is cornered by a wide expanse of sand, adding a natural border to the environment. The mouth of the Yarra River meets the Yarra Beach where the water slowly pours through a small grove of coconut trees to enter the water.
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This historical area is very peaceful, calm and quite scenic!
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At Yarra Beach, the blue water rhythmically licks the long sandy beach and coconut trees dance in the wind like a cliche Caribbean paradise.