The salt marsh surrounding the tidal Willies Creek area north of Broome is a remarkable place, and there are several more of these on the Dampier Peninsula, north of Broome. Great for photographs of pindan posts. Click to enlarge.
From Saltwater couch at the bottom, to reeds, mangroves next, then a thin line of Melaleuca fire casualties and finally Melaleuca dealbata are the tall trees recovered from fire.
Below, the wild horses resting in the shade of paperbarks, Melaleuca alsynoides, itself salt tolerant:
The Rainbow Bee-eater nests in creek banks or the sides of termite mounds (pindan posts)