I didn't think I'd be impressed by this -- I saw the original in England many years ago, and wasn't too impressed with it either. But this was a different story. What an amazing undertaking and what a great place to visit if you're in Esperance -- it's only 20 km out of town.
However, there's very little to do once you're here -- after you've walked around the stones and marvelled at the workmanship and read the synopsis of how it came about, and sat for a bit, there's nothing else. But the good thing is that you CAN walk inside the stone circles, unlike the real Stonehenge where you can't get that sort of access.
What surprised me was that despite the incredible amount of money that must have been spent constructing this monument, the signage is extremely poor -- that includes the signs at the gate (which look like someone got a Sharpie out and wrote on a piece of chipboard) and the information 'signs' at the stones, which are pinned up with mismatched thumbtacks and look like they could blow away any second. They looked very unprofessional considering how professional and exact the stones were and how well the lawn inside the stones was cared for.
Entry: $10 for adults ($8 for concession card holders, including Seniors Card holders)
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