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A huge wildfire in February 2022 apparently destroyed all vegetation and wildlife. I have been able to witness how intense fire can split rocks and cause the equivalent of thousands of years of rock 'weathering' in a single event.
The rock is roughly an inverted U shape, with a central valley flowing south.
On the western side of the car park is a 40 ha triangle of grass tree kwongan.
Some good news about the fire is that it was so intense that most wild oat seeds were incinerated, which gave native plant species a chance to reestablish.
There was little plant cover in 2022 apart from some fire colonising species, moss, limited tree / shrub regrowth, and some orchids. Caladenia flava, Caladenia integra, and lots of Pyrorchis nigricans.