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A lovely section of a lovely coastline. The views are accessible to all, and if you are sure of foot you can climb down to the rock pools. (There are no signs saying you can't but there's no defined track either.) The geology is fascinating....More
After driving around and asking people we neede to follow the sign 'blowhole' as the rock is not mentioned. After findin the lava outcrop we realised (saw) why it is not a mayor attraction. Not worth spending 15 minutes trying to find it.
Located at the southern end of Jones Beach. Easy to walk to the rocky outcrops. It is easier at low tide. We spent a while photographing the rocks from many angles. There is a cave but we did not venture in the cave.
At first we didn’t know how to get there. We went the other side and it was easier to go down.
There were so many rocks, especially black rocks.
We explored the rocks. We had to keep an eye on the tide, as it was...More