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Australian Beach

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Australian Beach is a small beach in Jersey, off the coast of Normandy, France. It is thought to have got its name when a vessel carrying a small number of prisoners to the penal colony in Australia sank off the coast of the island, a handful of the prisoners were able to swim to shore, and the majority landed around the beach. However, in the days after, other prisoners' bodies were washed ashore on this very beach.[1][not in citation given][2]

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  1. Paddy Dillon (1999). Channel Island Walks. Cicerone Press Limited. ISBN 978-1-85284-288-8. Search this book on
  2. Hans Max Aufsess (Freiherr von und zu.) (1991). Impressions of the Channel Islands. La Haule Books. ISBN 978-0-86120-034-4. Search this book on

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