Redgate Beach, Margaret River


This panel is ready-to-hang and measures 400 x 250 x 9mm.

Our plywood products are hand-printed using 100% solvent-free inks on plantation-grown Australian hoop pine from plantations that are independently certified to the Australian Forestry Standard (AFS) and Forest Stewardship Council (FSC).

Redgate Beach (Calgardup Bay) is located south of Margaret River and is spectacular when waves are crashing over the rocks offshore from Redgate headland. This view is from near the memorial for the lives lost when the SS. Georgette was shipwrecked in early 1877. The wreck itself lies about 5 metres below the surface towards the northern end of the bay near Isaacs Rocks. Many lives were saved by the young Grace Bussell and a local indigenous man called Samuel Isaacs (Yebble, was his Wardandie Aboriginal name). They rode their horses in to the surf and rescued many of the Georgette’s passengers and crew caught in the surf.

Weight 500 g
Dimensions 400 × 250 × 9 mm
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