Great scenery and the thrombolites are astounding! These things are 2,000 years old and are descendants of the first life on earth. They are not only responsible for producing the oxygen that promoted early life but are also thought to be responsible for the formation of the iron ore riches that drive WA's economic boom.
Try to time your visit with high tide on a calm day - the view is amazing and if you watch closely you can see oxygen rising from the stone like underwater structures.
Yes! Signage is difficult to locate on the Old Coast Road. But I don't use addresses in the GPS now. I use Google Earth and take eastings and northings of the site and program these into the GPS - never miss!!
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