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An amazing day to visit this most south western point of Australia, were the Indian Ocean & the Southern Ocean meet - the currents meet and it like a washing machine.
Great scenery awesome photographer delight.
Stunning scenery. It was cold and windy but well worth the walk to see the tallest lighthouse in Western Australia. The views are spectacular with photographic opportunities of the dramatic coastline, the lighhouse, wild surf and the meeting of the oceans. There’s a small cost...More
We decided to go to Cape Leeuwin after leaving our stay in Margaret River. We were not disappointed at all and really enjoyed the lighthouse and seeing where the two oceans meet. There was a lot of history to read about there too. It was...More
This place would be the furthest point on the south western tip of Australia. The lighthouse is prominent and in good condition although we didn't do the tour it was very enjoyable walking to the lighthouse. So many wrecks must be at the bottom of...More
Beautiful and historical lighthouse!
Enjoy the picturesque surroundings with cold breeze blowing your way.
Also worth mentioning that this is the southern most point of WA and where both the Southern & Indian Oceans meet.
Beautiful sky & sea views. Took the guided tour up the lighthouse (176 flights of stairs). Guide was friendly & informative. It is an experience to stand on top of the lighthouse feeling the very strong winds & looking at the amazing ocean & where...More
How could anyone resist seeing the spot where the Southern and Indian Oceans meet!--at Cape Leeuwin, the most southwesterly point in Australia, also with a magnificent lighthouse and the lighthouse keeper's cottage. Windy, and gorgeous even when it rains (as it did when I was...More