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Home of the nesting and hatching turtles six months of the year this 6km stretch of beach is a secluded cove of beautiful coastline. Closed off to the public at night during turtle season, November-March, you can get up close and personal with these ancient mariners on a Mon Repos Turtle Encounter, a must for any visitor. Out of turtle season, the beach is enjoyed for swimming, sailing, and other water sports. Fun Fact: Pioneer aviator Bert Hinkler first trialled flight of the dunes of Mon Repos 100 years ago.