This is an interesting pavement plaque to give the walker an idea of what is found
in Rockingham. I think it must be made from 'bronz' because it has been here for a
few years to my knowlege.
It depicts what can be found around and about the area.
Firstly the sailing ships that dicovered the coast and also took the Jarrah timber across to pave the London streets.
Then the industry that commands the sky line along the coast and has work for many to keep us prosperous,
The Grass Trees, once known as 'Black Boys', latin name is Xanthorrhea.
Then the many families that live, work, play and holiday here.
The snorkling sites are numerous.
So can be the snakes in the dry grass aroound the lakes during the hot weather.
Dolphins are numerous also and are often seen frolicking through the ocean and the bays, playing and catching their food.
Last of all is the variety of lizards and goanas that live in the bush land of Point Peron.
Oh, I forgot, the cup in the middle that depicts all the lovely cafes and restaurants that line the beach front and park picnic area……
Do have a great day everyone……………Jocelia
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