Denham has a wind farm, so I had to have a picture of that. Interestingly, the resort at Monkey Mia does not get power from this, but from a huge noisy generator that also runs the desalination plant.
The contrast of the red dirt and cliffs with the blue of the sea and lagoons is breathtaking.
The gypsum claypans or birridas were once land-locked saline lakes. There are a lot of them and quite intriguing. Some look like scars on the landscape, and others look very regularly shaped as if they were carefully planned and built.
Little Lagoon and Big Lagoon are two flooded birridas. Again, the contrast of the colours was amazing, white, aqua, and red.
We didn’t spot any wildlife, but they would have to be pretty big to be able to spot from the plane anyway.
Thirty minutes is not a long time in the air, and we were soon on the way back to the airport over the historic Peron Homestead.