Fantastic we could have stood and watched for hours. The excellent bridge over the canal provides great viewing and easy walking access even for aged people and those with limited mobility.
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What an amazing place! If I had one little 😕 It would be the tiny bridge, great photo opportunity, but patience is needed when busy as it can be a bit of a squeeze! The areas around there are great for exploring, put your climbing...More
Go and have a look at this amazing sight. The water rushes over the rocks in a spectacular fashion. There's a little board walk over the canal so you you easily watch the water coming in.
Wonderful place to climb the rocks. Kids can be overly excited and over climb. Be care not to wonder too far as the tide may come in and cut you off on the return.
It's free to visit, would not recommend going out of the way to visit as there are many other nice natural attractions along the coast.
At our travel from Darwin down along the coast we have seen lots of coastal territories. And, sonce we had stormy weather conditions, we have seen the sea rocking about to the coast. So, canal rocks is not new. It is however different and certainly...More