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  1. Hi Bonny, my great uncle was the lighthouse keeper at Cape Leeuiwin, after he left he built Basildene Manor after our relatives castle in England Basilton…I can not wait to come over and see the lighthouse..

  2. Hi…! Im always glad to see Cape Leuwin and even here on the internet be amazed of this beautiful and mistical place…i’ve sailed here in 2008 on our way from Surabaya (Indonesia) to Esperance WA…..and even it was good wheather that 4-5 days passing Aussie coast and clear skyes the wind was so strong i never seen wind like that in no typhoon situation…I hope one day again i will sail along WA Coast…..
    Regards!
    Ivan (Croatia-Europe)

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