Dragon Head Rock at Sixteenth Beach, Rye
Calcarious sandstone cliffs tower above Sixteenth beach at Rye which is named after the 16th point on the 11km Lifesaving Track, constructed in the 1890s to provide better access to the coast after two devastating shipwrecks
Walking along the beach around the headland towards Rye is the Dragon Head rock formation.
After a sunny afternoon the weather turned quickly after 4pm with a number of showers. Low tide was 6pm but as usual the waves can be unpredictable on Victoria's Ocean beaches. The showers delivered a spectacular rainbow and the clouds in the sky gives depth and interest.