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... that we could go through at our own pace. It was impressively huge. It wasn't quite as pretty with as many colors as Kartchner Caverns (caves that Grandma Patti and Grandpa Pat took Justin Kayla Alyssa and I to in Arizona), but was much larger.
After Mammoth Cave we went down to Agusta for a snack, and our second attempt at a lighthouse. We apparently didn't do our research very well on light houses because Cape Leeuwin lighthouse was ...
... our location. It was agreed that we we should go and see the lighthouse at the very end of Cape Natraliste. The lighthouse was built in 1903 with the lantern and clockwork mechanism was manufactured in Birmingham. There were 3 shifts of lighthouse keepers that kept a round the clock vigil. The light was made automatic in 1978 and the last lighthouse keeper left in 1996. It begs the question what on earth was ...
... and base ourselves at "Big Valley", a working sheep farm and caravan park about 8kms from the main hub of Margaret River township. Its a long time since our last short visit in this area and memories are a bit vague but its a pretty sensational region, 130 + wineries, 10 breweries .... whats not to like? Yes, we did visit a few wineries and there are some spectacular ones in terms of gardens, cellar door setup etc. but ...
... Felt quite warm by the time we "surfaced". The Caves were excellent. Another example of the beauty of nature. The caves years ago were quite moist (about 50 years ago) but now are very dry. This is due to the fact that Yallingup has had a steady decrease in rainfall over the years. Climate changes? The tour guide believes so, as she has lived in the area all her life ...
... to late in the day to do anything major we decided to try our luck whale spotting. Between September and November there is a look out point at which you may be able to see the whales from land on their migration path. We made our way here and took the mile walk to the look out point. The walk itself was worth it, with panoramic views of the ocean and bush land. It didn't take long upon arrival at the point for us to see splashes and hear the water escaping ...