There are warning signs on the headland and you can see why. The whole of the clifftop is undercut by erosion. This hole in the limestone was only metres from a carpark so 'watch the kids'.
|Venus Bay coastline|
|The ocean side of Venus Bay|
|Entrance to Venus Bay|
|Jetty, Venus Bay|
|A very low-growing shrub that has been shaped by the wind and heat. |
The small rocks and soil pockets support several other species of plant as well.
|Monument on the headland|
|Wattle with very fleshy leaves to help is survive.|
|The plant looks healthy but see the big picture below.|
|The wind and sea drift come from right to left.|
|Thick fleshy leaves on a little succulent growing in the sandy limestone.|
|A little further from the cliff a member of the pea family was flowering.|