Interesting facts about Mallacoota

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Love of Mallacoota:a History of Mallacoota in Poetry & Prose

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A Critical Biography of the Mallacoota Poet E.J. Brady references

Biography by Webb

Appendices

Birds of Mallacoota

The two Bradys

Edwin Brady by Pip Wilson

Lucy's Famous Noodle Bar

Menus from Bistros and Cafes

About our Parks

Whats on up the coast

Few Friendly Lights-new book on Mallacoota

Abalone and our Industry

Skippy & The Intruder,movie made in Mallacoota

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MALLACOOTA
Ted Harrington

To the shores of Mallacoota,

Feeling heartsick and depressed,

From the tumult of the city,

I arrived a stranger guest,

Kindly hearts were there to greet me,

Friendly voices welcomed me;

In the house above the inlet,

Looking oer the sunlit sea.

On the shores of Mallacoota,

Where the billows shoreward roll,

I have found a balm and solace,

For my overburdened soul,

For the glory of the morning,

And the splendor of the eve,

Has enchanted me and chained me,

And has made me loath to leave.

Mallacoota in the limelight,

Has a glory all its own;

When the mighty sea is muttering,

In a muffled undertone.

And when the rain is on the waters,

And the heavens give no light,

Then the light of mighty Gabo,

Like a great sword cleaves the night.

I have always loved the forest,

I have always loved the sea;

Now here in Mallacoota

Both my loves seem close to me.

I can feel their mighty pulses,

I can hear their great hearts beat,

With the forest close behind me

And the ocean at my feet.

We are all a part of nature,

Part of what we feel and see;

And I feel that Mallacoota,

Has become a part of me.

And wherever I may wander

Or whatever beacons burn,

To the shores of Mallacoota

I will once again return.