|Indian Ocean rugged coast|
Then we headed north to Quobba Station. It is a working pastoral station with some 80 kms of coastline and runs about 10000 damaras, which are a South African breed of sheep. The coastline along this west coast was nothing short of spectacular. It is one of the only places in Australia where you can do deep sea fishing from the coastline. Although it's on an extremely rugged cliff top and in my opinion a bit dangerous!! I did take myself on a little walk over the rocks to a tiny little beach. To my enjoyment it was covered on lots of shells and heaps of coral. I just couldn't resist and pick up some, but I did limit myself to two.