The idea of a wild southwest is articulated along the Augusta shoreline. Granny’s Pool is a hamlet from this Southern Ocean expanse.
Tucked up in Flinders Bay, an ocean outcrop of rock rings around the pool and breaks the southerly swells, creating a swathe of calm blue. Stillness in the midst of stunning coastal ferocity.
Family-friendly is a theme along the Flinders Bay coastline, and the landscape surrounding Granny’s Pool is no exception. Hunt for crabs. Snorkel in the shallows. Take breaks beneath nearby shade trees. As the furthest point of land on the southwest coast, exploration forms an enormous part of Augusta’s character and history.
Granny’s Pool is safe harbour for the intrepid, and a wonderful launch pad of adventure for pint-sized pioneers.