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Located on the mid-north coast of New South Wales, Shoal Bay played an important role in securing Australia during World War II. The American Army took over the town in the 1930s, using the area as the headquarters for the Joint Overseas Operation Training Services with over 14 000 American troops based in the town at its peak. Today, with its pristine beach and excellent fishing spots, Shoal Bay is one of several popular holiday spots along the coast near Port Stephens.
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