Shapes formed by the crumbling sandstone cliffs at Penguin Island off the Shoalwater Beach in Western Australia.
It is well worth taking the short ferry ride from Shoalwater out to Penguin Island which is the only island in the Shoalwater Marine Park where people are permitted to walk. Fascinating rock outcrops, plenty of birds, flat sands and calm water on one side and rocky shores and waves on the other. Oh yes, there is the penguin conservation section there too !
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