Minnie Waters’ Back Beach headland has many spot where shells pile up in the corners of the rocks/cliff face. Very many are broken through the pounding of the surf across the rocks. The geology here is fascinating with vertical upthrusts of rock with seams of a totally different rock embedded in it. This area was dug for gold in the 1900’s, hence the name of the next small gathering of houses – Diggers Camp.
Leaving Raft Point as we headed to our next days adventure overnight was this massive headland glowing in the late afternoon light. Then we were treated to a wonderful pastel sunset which later after the sun sank turned intense reds and oranges. Each day the scenery and the sights seem to get better in this amazing region.