Australian Camino and GSWW Cape Nelson Lighthouse to Cape Bridgwater 20.8 km

Beach view

Trish waved me off from Cape Nelson Lighthouse for another amazing cliff top hike and on to the beaches of Discovery Bay.

The GSWW is a well maintained track that surprisingly in several places follows the very edge of the cliff tops. The Australian Camino follows the same route as the GSWW along the South coast.

The shipping containers washed up on the beach made for an interesting break and provided a place to shelter from the wind for a while.

The track then goes into coastal malee scrub and leads to a hike in camping area and shelter.

The track soon heads back down onto to the second beach for the day. This time hard sand!! what a relief.

Amazing Algae on the Beach

The GSWW is easy to follow and is well signposted

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