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About Beach Dune Picnic at Oyster Bay Lodge

Pick a picnic spot and time anywhere on the reserve or private beach and one of our experienced guides on horseback will bring a delicious picnic to you. Please inform us about any allergies and if you would like to have any wine (not included). Available every day.

Telephone:
042 297 0150
Website:
www.oysterbaylodge.c​om
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