|Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, Western Australia|
|The lighthouse, built of limestone, is 128' (39 m) tall.|
|Looking north from the top of the lighthouse. The buildings along the strip of land going to the mainland are used by the lighthouse keepers.|
|Cape Leeuwin is the most south-westerly mainland point of the Australian Continent, in the state of Western Australia. It got its name from the Dutch sailors who first came to the area in 1622.|
For more about the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, click HERE.
For more about Rottnest Island, click HERE.