Pick a spot, any spot. So we picked Mimosa Rocks. Good choice.
Mimosa Rocks National Park goes right to the sea. We drove to Mimosa Rocks on a dirt road through the dense bush and discovered that the banksia trees and other trees grow right to the edge of the beach. No low vegetation or heath at all. The beach at Mimosa Rocks is very rocky, with large round pebbles instead of sand on the 'beach' area and a small freshwater creek runs into the small bay. Aboriginals must have valued the area highly because there are very large middens beside the beach.
|A banksia on the edge of the beach|
|Creative constructions on the beach. Someone must have started the trend|
and copycats have creatively continued the art.
|Aragunna Beach, Mimosa Rocks NP|