Time  5 hours 18 minutes

Coordinates 1545

Uploaded September 13, 2015

Recorded August 2015

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near Kudardup, Western Australia (Australia)

SEVENTH DAY of Cape to Cape Track
from Deepdene Campsite to Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse

This day has: walk in beach sand and dunes, rock scrambling, river crossing, 4WD road walk with some sun covered sections.

This track connects to:
- Cape to Cape Track - DAY 6
Intersection

Deepdene Detour

Beggining of beach walk
River

Turner Brook

Turner Brook is usually ankle deep of cold fresh water. Don't try to cross by the beach but a few meters up river.
Waypoint

Rock walk

Several blowholes in a small rocky section. Be careful!
Waypoint

Beach walk

Back to the sand beach, near the southern end of Deepdene Beach
Waypoint

Rock pass

Intersection

Dunes

End of Deepdene beach walk. Continue following the signs in the dunes (uphill).
Waypoint

Stairs

Intersection

Turn Left

Intersection

Turn Right

Intersection

Straight Ahea

Intersection

Turn Right

panorama

Bench

Intersection

Turn Left (Gravel)

Turn LEFT on the gravel road
Intersection

Turn Right (trail)

Turn RIGHT, leaving the gravel road, going downstairs.
Information

Book

Sign the book and leave the pen INSIDE!
Waypoint

Bench

panorama

Bench

Rod Davies' bench
Waypoint

Beach walk

Beginning of Quarry Bay beach walk.
Waypoint

Rock pass

Waypoint

Seaweed

Walk thought the seaweed (that smell like shit)! Don't try to jump or run as they're very slippery
Intersection

Stair

Take the stair out of the beach sand
Beach

Cape Leeuwin

Last beach walk (Beach Number: wa0618)
Waypoint

Historic Water Whell

Provisioning

Lighthouse Cafe

Castle

Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse

Beach

Deepdene Beach

(Beach Number: wa0631) Deepdene Beach is 5.3 km long. The southern part has some rocks and blowouts and the northern part has more firm white sand. Turner Brook drains across the beach 1 km away from the southern end.
Beach

Quarry Bay

(Beach Number: wa0619) It's located 200m to the north and is a U-shaped, west-facing bay, from the shores of which rock was quarried for the lighthouse. The bay is 200 m across at the entrance with the 250 m long beach curving round the back of the bay. A gravel road, off the Skippy Rock road, leads to a car park at the back of the beach.

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