The pristine beach at Jurien Bay. The ocean water is very clean along the West Coast because of the lack of rivers that transport silt from the land.
The Dandaragan Shire Offices in Jurien Bay. One wonders where the money comes from to construct these palaces.
This photograph taken from Sandy Cape looking North towards the terrific camp ground.
Sandy Cape looking South.
Green Head, also known as '3 Bays'. This small centre bay is flanked by two larger bays.
Looking North from Green Head.
Walking along the dry creek bed to Stockyard Gully Cave.
At the up stream creek entrance to the cave.
The down stream opening to the cave.
Entering the down stream end of the cave for our return journey.
Good torch light is essential otherwise you might bump into obstacles like this one in the total darkness of the cave. You can see the water level when the creek is running.
Made it through for the second time.
Native bee hives on the chasm wall very near to the cave entrance.