They say it is the Australian Galapagos and the seals are certainly part of it. Soon the whales will be swimming by. The koalas balance on the flimsiest of branches, the birds make small fleeting appearances but for me it is the coastline that is the draw card. Beaches of such wild beauty and emptiness. Sand which makes the sea turn green, waves that have such surge in them that they mount the rocks and form inland rivers, rainbows appearing in the crack of grey to signify better weather is on its way. Headlands which catch your breath at formations wind and sea have created. The ruggedness of rocks, remarkable, or not, which sculpt the water's edge. Here is some of the beauty we saw.