There are some enormous boulders scattered along the flanks of the Hazards, and as you look up at the peaks, you can see more perched here and there awaiting their turn. The Mount Amos track has a good number, but probably the largest and best most people will see are on the carpark-return leg of the Wineglass Bay walk, where the track winds amongst some boulders which seem to be the size of two-storey houses.
|Coles Bay seen from the lower slopes of Mount Amos - 25th November 2012|
|Wineglass Bay and the southern Freycinet Peninsula from Mount Amos. Mount Graham and Mount Freycinet are prominent at top and right of centre - 25th November 2012|
|Swamp melaleuca, Melaleuca squamea, Mount Amos, Freycinet Peninsula - 25th November 2012|