Anjo Visitor Area
A sheltered cove with fragmented Wulo (monsoon vine thicket) behind the beach. Anjo Cove may have been named by French mariner, Nicolas Baudin, after Earl of D’Anjou, spelt Anjo on early 1900s maps. There are Makassan trepang cooking hearths (11 lines), a well and tamarind tree.
Centuries old stories exist of heroic Gayara (Sea) Wanjina defending Wunambal Gaambera people against the threat of Makassan fishermen.
This Visitor Location is in Aboriginal Reserve R24705. Your UVP will support your application to Department of Aboriginal Affairs to access Visitor Locations within R24705.