Google Map; aren't they great?!
View from the top of the timber stairway down to the sands. I'll be walking along there soon.
Rock platforms, said to be "ideal for catching salmon, drummer, tailor, jewfish and snapper", according to centralcoastaustralia.com These platforms are believed to have generated during the Triassic/Permian era, approximately 180 - 280 millions years ago. There's a 'channel' referred to as a volcanic intrusion, perhaps eminating from an ancient volcano at Mt. Warrawolong, to the west.
I couldn't help but imagine the 18th-hole down there, see it?
Here I am, down on sand/rock-level!
By now I was just this side of these rocks, walking through the water, to make it to the next little beachOoooooops .. !!
Back at Cabbage Tree Harbour ocean/rock-pool again; this time I've walked from the opposite end of the beach to the previous day. By now it's about 6.45 pm and still lots of families enjoying the end of a hot day, in a special place. Now it's up another stairway, a concrete one this time ... maybe 99 steps, or are there one-hundred?
There will be a finale Part Three coming up, tomorrow. Saving the best till last?