A couple of weeks ago I was down in Margaret River walking a section of the Cape to Cape Track and experienced some wild weather on the last few days of official winter! I finished my 2.5-day walk at Prevelly on Saturday morning, and on the short walk from my camping spot behind Kilcarnup, over […]
You get some amazing fiery orange sunsets along WA’s west-facing Indian Ocean coastline. Along the Margaret River Region’s Cape to Cape coast, dramatic orange coastal granite, huge crashing waves and beautiful beaches of soft white sand add so much to the beauty and drama of a perfect sunset. On this page I share with you […]
Canal Rocks is at its most spectacular in rough, wild conditions with huge waves smashing against the rocks and surging through the canals. But on days when the weather is warm and sunny and the ocean flat, it’s fantastic spot for swimming, scuba diving and snorkelling.
The Canal Rocks are a striking, dramatic geological feature on Margaret River’s Cape to Cape coast. It’s one of my family’s favourite places to visit on holidays Down South. What are the Canal Rocks? The Canal Rocks are an ancient and unusual rock formation, extending from a peninsula south of Smiths Beach on the coastline […]