One afternoon during our stay in Dunsborough, Anthony and I set out for a short drive to Castle Rock Beach. I had seen it on the map and had never been before and wanted to see what was there.
We found a beautiful calm cove with perfect swimming waters. It was surrounded by large craggy red rocks. We walked along the footpath along to the rock that I suppose looks like a castle!
“This Cairn marks the site of the Castle Rock Co. Whaling Station, which commenced operations in 1843 and continued for many years”
We were lucky to see so many wildflowers still in bloom. They seem to thrive in the hot sandy climate, especially the flowers growing from the rock.