Cape Ruin is a very magnificent promontory near Perth, where a white lighthouse stands on the cliff. He is like a guide directing the ships coming and going. The cape is condescending, it is an excellent place to watch the sea view, it is very open and comfortable.
Cape Rue is a famous cape in the world. It is located on the southwest coast of Australia. It is where the Southern Ocean and the Indian Ocean meet. The scenery here is really magnificent. The seas of the two suns meet here, forming different colors and levels. The feeling is very clear. There is also the tallest lighthouse in Australia, standing on the westernmost side of Australia, it is so beautiful and sacred.
Cape Leuwin (CAPE LEEUWIN)-Australia's most southwestern cape, the intersection of the South Pacific and the Indian Ocean, is a cape where you can see the magnificent intersection of two oceans except the Cape of Good Hope. The white lighthouse stands under the blue sky and is very eye-catching; the small house where the lighthouse staff worked and rested in the past is still preserved, and now it has become a small history museum with introduction. At the confluence of the two oceans, the sea is bluish, showing a different blue under the sun.
Cape Rue is the place that Perth must visit, because the geographical significance here is so important, because the left side here is the Atlantic Ocean, and the right side is the Indian Ocean. This cape is sandwiched between the two oceans. Really It is magnificent.
In the morning, I had another exquisite English breakfast. The weather today is very good. It seems that the wait yesterday is quite worthwhile. We continue to set off to see Cape Leeuwin. I suggest that friends traveling to Western Australia, set aside a little more time and try to get a good weather to see the sea. Cape Leeuwin, the lighthouse at the intersection of the Pacific and Indian Oceans, is also the tallest lighthouse on land in Australia and is very majestic.