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Stunning spot that we visited to watch the sunset. The tide was to high to see the dinosaur prints but it was great they have casting for all to see. Our tour guide pointed out fossils as well as rocks used for indigenous art.
Spectacular photo taking opportunities of all sorts of colours, scenes, aspects & history. Go when it’s low tide & see the dinosaur footprints. Access to drive along the beach. We went there twice with two separate tour guides who gave a lot of insight, well...More
The iron rich rocks provide a beautiful color contrast to the blue ocean. Lots of photo ops here. The fossilized dinosaur footprints are usually hidden by the tide but copies of the originals have been made for photo purposes.
We weren't able to go down when the tide was suitable to see the footprints but it was cool down by the water and we were able to take lots of cool pics! Apparently there was replica footprints for visitors to see but we couldnt...More
Amazing, deep red landscape, you must visit at low tide if you wish to see the dinosaur prints.
A tricky climb down to the beach which won't suit everyone. They do have replica prints up the top if you can't do the climb. Beautiful scenery,...More
because my hire car was forbidden to take off paved roads and the last 750 meters to the lighthouse involve a dirt road, I pared at the Race Track and walked down to the beach and along the coast to get there. I was so...More
You have to head out to this place! Stunning views and on low tide you can find dinosaur footprints. Also Mary Pool is a beautiful spot for a swim. A little hard to find though and worth asking a local.