Eagle Bluff lookout, is an elevated viewing area high above the shallow waters of Henri Freycinet Harbour. A whole host of marine life can be spotted from this great vantage point. Rays, sharks, schools of fish and even turtles and dugongs. Located approx 20km south of Denham, this area is named after the osprey or sea eagles which nest on the rock island just offshore. Eagle Bluff marks the spot where Captain H.M. Denham carved the inscription on a rock in 1858 from which the town derives its name. The rock is now placed in Pioneer Park in the township of Denham.
This photograph was taken at the end of the walkway looking West out over the water and beyond into the distance. The wonderful colours make a striking abstract image which can be displayed on the wall vertically and horizontally.
Location - Eagle Bluff, Shark Bay, Western Australia
Product Code - FP17122R