Alex on Camel, Egypt
Butchers in Moshi, Tanzania
Remarkable Rocks, Kangaroo Island
Summer Palace, China
Dorota on Brighton Beach

Cape Leeuwin

Cape Leeuwin - feature photo

Cape Leeuwin was only a short drive from Margaret River and thought it would be interesting to see. Cape Leeuwin sits on the very most South Western mainland point of Australia.

It is here at Cape Leeuwin that the Indian and Southern Oceans meet, I had previously imagined seeing some sort of tidal line 😉 but was still good to see.

There was also the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse which was totally manually operated until 1982 when a clockwork mechanism was fitted with a kerosene burner, being one of the last in the world!

Apart from the sign of the meeting oceans and the lighthouse there is nothing else to really do or see. The Saint Allouarn Islands, are further to the south with the nearest town just north being Cape Augusta.

Cape Leeuwin Travel Photos