Woakwine (Environmental Association 1.2.1)
A series of consolidated dune ridges parallel with the coastline and separated by the narrow swales. These are remnants of a former strandline complex with a series of dunes and beach ridges. The association is almost completely cleared of natural vegetation and us used for grazing beef cattle and coarse wool sheep. On the higher ridges between Robe and Kingston and near Kongorong in the south, there are pine plantations, come of which are privately owned. South of Lake Hawdon several small areas of low woodland are used for light grazing.
The broader reaches of the association provide middleground panoramic views in which pine plantations are locally dominating features. The confined areas afford a panoramic view over adjacent associations.