Pandanas fruit on beach

The iconic tree for beaches north from the mid-north coast of NSW, Australia and across the northern tropical coastline, the pandanas is a hardy tree that tolerates beachfront locations.

Providing a basic food source when specially prepared, the seeds of the tree are equally hardy. Turning a glowing orange when ripe, they drop to the ground where in many locations this is close enough for high tides to take the seeds for potential colonisation in far-flung places.

This particular fruit segment is washed by the high tide in Pumicestone Passage, Queensland.

Pandanas fruit on beach

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