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RE: crocs« Reply #1 on: June 09 2006 21:06:00 »
No Mate, No crocks below the tropic of capricorn (as a rule of thumb) If you look this up on an atlas you'll find from about Rockhampton on the Queensland east coast. that's about as far south as they come.
RE: crocs« Reply #2 on: October 27 2006 00:10:00 »
heard there was a croc on fraser Island - next theyll be sunning themselves in Noosa!!
RE: crocs« Reply #3 on: October 27 2006 00:10:00 »
no crocs - but lots of big nasty sharks. SA is renowned white pointer territory its still early in the season and there have already been a few close in sightings. There has been a lot of attacks in the last couple of years, so if your out by yourself keep your eyes open, then again its the one you dont see that gets you!!.
RE: crocs« Reply #4 on: October 27 2006 22:10:00 »
Oh thats a CROC of sht. Ha hahahahahahaha ! get CROC
RE: crocs« Reply #5 on: October 29 2006 00:10:00 »
Sorry, Didn't hear you because I was cooking food in my "Crocpot" Get it ? CROC POT ?
RE: crocs« Reply #6 on: October 29 2006 00:10:00 »
Okay I just thought of a new Movie Salt water Crocodiles VS. Great White Sharks. Which one would win ?
RE: crocs« Reply #8 on: March 22 2007 22:03:00 »
Trust me dude
unless ur goin ta Darwin Crocs arent an issue. In south australia we get some really narley waves try SouthPort beach for the best ones