SEARCHING FOR FLOTSAM AND JETSAM THIS SUNDAY AT MOSES ROCK BEACH THIS SUNDAY JUNE 18
The Busselton Naturalists Club’s annual beach sweep is gaining in popularity, with good numbers of families and children now taking part.
This Sunday July 18, we’ll have our third Beach Sweep, looking for marine life and other items thrown up onto Moses Rock Beach after the many strong cold fronts that have passed through the south west over the last few days. In the past, club members have found paper nautilus shells and many different types of marine life while exploring beaches in winter.
Meet at 9.30am at the northern carpark off the end of Moses Rock Road. The turnoff from Caves Road is some 14km south of Yallingup. Once at the carpark, people will be split into two groups to explore the northern and southern sections of the Moses Rock beach.
Bring morning tea and lunch if the weather is fine, with an afternoon walk to the Quinninup Falls for those interested.
This event is free and open to the public. Non-club members are most welcome and this excursion is especially well suited to families with children.
Leaders are marine biologist Sue Morrison and underwater photographer Ann Storrie.