Cabarita Beach is a thin strip of land along the Coral Sea Coast that has a quiet and calming vibe. With uninterrupted ocean views, the Cabarita headland will guarantee glimpses of whales passing by. Surfers can be seen dappled across the coastline catching glittering waves from both the point break and beach break.
The Cabarita timepiece has a dark chocolate coloured wooden link band, featuring a feather grey dial face and jet black hands with no markers.
|Dial||Woodland Feather Grey|
|Dial Details||Jet Black Hands & No Numbers|
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