By Brad Farmer, Andrew Short
Written by way of a marine scientist and a browsing activist, this beautifully illustrated and punctiliously researched ebook will motivate viewers and natives alike to discover the Australian coast. "Which Australian seashore is made fullyyt of shells?" "Which seashore has the most important waves? the place is the world's greatest sand dune? the place do loggerhead turtles come to put their eggs? Why does Australia have the simplest seashores at the planet?" Answering those and plenty of different questions, this booklet presents priceless info and interesting tales approximately Australia's 11,761 mainland shorelines.
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The biggest tides in Australia mean the shoreline here is always changing, and the beaches on the western side are submerged at high tide. The cape is located on Bardi land and the nearby Djarindjin and One Arm Point Aboriginal communities operate an award-winning resort, a laid-back tropical wilderness safari camp that offers everything from camping to cabins with a touch of luxury. There’s a lot to do here: swimming in the warm waters, beachcombing for colourful shells, reef walking, whale and bird watching, hunting and eating mud crabs, fishing from the beach or by boat, 4WD tours along the beaches or aerial tours of the rugged Kimberley coast and islands.
Casuarina is the longest of the 12 beaches on Darwin’s irregular northern shoreline. The coastal reserve features mangroves, monsoon vine-forest and casuarina woodlands, as well as the biggest range of wildlife in the Darwin area. indd 45 4/07/12 9:58 AM C atherine H ill B a y N ew S o uth W ales HISTORIC COAL MINING VILLAGE | PRISTINE BEACH | SURFING | MOVIE HISTORY H ❂ eritage-listed Catherine Hill Bay is the only surviving example of an historic coastal coal-mining settlement and port in Australia, all set around a beautiful undeveloped beach.
Charming Diggers Beach on the Coffs Harbour coast is made up of two strips of sand totalling just 1 kilometre in length. The beach is rarely crowded as it is off the main road and can be hard to find. indd 57 4/07/12 9:58 AM Dunb o gan – Diam o n d H ea d N ew S o uth W ales N A T I O N A L P A R K | W I L D E R N E S S W A L K S | B I R D L I F E | K A N G A R OO S | L I T E R A R Y H I S T O R Y M ❂ Dunbogan Beach in Crowdy Head National Park offers a stunning array of landscapes and wildlife experiences, from the large quartz crystals that sparkle in the sun in the volcanic rock formations of Diamond Head, to coastal wetlands with their abundant bird life.