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Cape Leeuwin, Western Australia: Address, Phone Number, Cape Leeuwin Reviews: 4.5/5

Cape Leeuwin
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David E
East Fremantle, Australia260 contributions
Paradise.
May 2021
As a regular visitor to this area over many years i never tire of the magnificent coastline and the spectacular views it offers. Fishing is great or just enjoy the beaches and rugged coastline on this cape where the two oceans meet.
Written May 6, 2021
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Pmc P
Northern Ireland, UK2 contributions
Lovely experience..
Mar 2020 • Friends
Beautiful.. we went on a v showery evening but it was amazing... a long drive but soooo worth it.. fabulous experience..
Written March 23, 2020
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kate h
Sydney, Australia59 contributions
Meeting of the oceans
Feb 2020
This cape is the point at which the Indian Ocean and the Southern Ocean meet. The seas are pretty wild, even in the relatively calm conditions on the day of our visit. The views are brilliant, like most of the surrounding coastline. It's worth a visit to the lighthouse to explore the lookout and also the interpretive centre. I'm sure the lighthouse itself would be well worth a visit too, but the number of steps inside it beat me. Recommended.
Written February 13, 2020
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Alice R
Hobart, Australia7,889 contributions
Wild and woolly
Sep 2019 • Friends
Interesting to watch the oceans where they merge off the end of the cape. You can get varying views and perspectives, it's worth the drive.
Written October 18, 2019
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Granules2013
Darwin, Australia1,803 contributions
Great views
Nov 2018 • Friends
Worth driving all the way out to the cape. Lots to see and do, beautiful coastline, amazing views and worth paying to get out to the lighthouse.
Written November 20, 2018
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ButterflyBells
Melbourne, Australia140 contributions
Ocean meets Ocean
Sep 2018
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.
Written October 11, 2018
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Val P
Hervey Bay, Australia471 contributions
The Most South Westerly Point on the Australian Continent!
Sep 2018 • Couples
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 to visit the lighhouse and cottages. Take your jacket and hold onto your hat!
Written September 16, 2018
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Ady60
Fernvale, Australia22 contributions
A Must See
Aug 2018 • Couples
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 quite a pleasant day when we were there which was great. It is a photographer's paradise. Morning tea in the cafe was really good too, and the gift shop had some good things to buy. A very happy experience looking all around. Thoroughly recommend a visit there.
Written August 28, 2018
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Jetlady2011
Port Stephens, Australia145 contributions
Where the Great Southern and Indian Oceans meet
Oct 2017 • Couples
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 the ocean here, as the rocky outcrops are treacherous. For voyagers coming to Australia years ago, to come so close and then be victim to the very strong winds and horrific conditions of the ocean currents. I am glad I visited this place and felt sad at the same time. No wonder they call the winds the Roaring Forties, we were nearly blown away.
Written October 18, 2017
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drjrm24
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia59 contributions
Cape Leeuwin - Augusta
Sep 2017
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.
Written September 19, 2017
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