Shore birds and harbour seals. Quiet lanes and coastal paths. Berries by
the bucket load. A tsunami and its
Visit the Point Crewe viewpark to discover what lies beyond our
shores. Learn a little about the Grand Banks and their role in the
lives of the people who work and live along this coast. Hear the
tale of November 18, 1929 and discover what happened the
night the sea came in. Next, continue south along Route 220
and experience the Burinís Eastern Hyper-oceanic Barrens.
This landscape, which stretches locally from Lories in the east,
to Corbin in the west, is part of a small, distinct ecoregion found
only on exposed headlands in eastern Newfoundland. Take a
stroll along one of the regionís spectacular coastal trails and
discover a land shaped by the sea.