Julie Kenny - 'Shelley Beach Bend' Print 15 x 15 cm in a 25 x 25cm Window (jken016)
WEST CAPE HOWE NATIONAL PARK, WESTERN AUSTRALIA
The white sands of Shelley Beach are surrounded by the rugged wilderness of West Cape Howe National Park. The huge granite boulders that frame Shelley Beach were formed over 1,100 million years ago and provide shelter for swimming and fishing. During the summer months (December to March) easterly winds create good flying conditions for hang-gliders.