Tessellated Pavement

The Tessellated Pavement is a naturally occurring geological pattern of erosion and one of the best examples of its type in the world.

Pools of water sitting in the rectangles after the tide has gone out provide a reflective surface which is popular with photographers. Note that the best photos of this attraction are taken at sunrise rather than sunset since the beach faces east.

This attraction is only a short walk from the car park and is best viewed at low tide.