Beaumaris Foreshore Reserve between Reserve Road and Burgess Street, 7 March 2007
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The longest finger of the rocky shore platform here is Ricketts Point.
Note the triangular white marker at its extremity, which was the southern one of a ‘measured nautical
mile’ pair of markers formerly used by the Royal Australian Navy for accurately measuring the speed
of its ships. The other member of that pair is the inverted white triangle that can be viewed by
zooming into the high resolution version near the left of the large Life Saving building with the
curved white roof.
Note the large concrete drain at the left, and the two large buses dominating the scene.
See the indigenous plants and the pest plants recorded on this section of the foreshore.
Beaumaris Conservation Society Inc.