. There was an opportunity to lie down to view the decorations which was a great POV and also a section called cupid's corner which made the decorations red and was called as such due to honeymooners visiting the caves in the past. There was also a kiddies section called the tunnel of doom which basically was a slide which of course we went into and slid down the caves twice and even head first which was very cool and great fun!The next stop was to the Ngigli caves where we had a semi guided tour of the caves where we were told that there is a vast stretch of caves from the Ngigli down to Augusta. The decorations in this cave were magnificent and it was amazing to see the different structures.
We then went to a winery in Yallingup which advertised $5 wines which is an absolute bargain here and being in the Margaret River area surely 5 bucks still meant a good drop. We went to the Growers winery which is quite a small one and had some free wine tastings and decided to get the dessert wines for later that evening.Once we had got up we were greeted with lovely rain which continued for the rest of the day but was on and off and luckily on when inside a shop or the car. The first stop was to Cape Naturaliste to see the views from Salt Rock and the lighthouse up there. We did the Cape to Cape walk which was a round trip of around 7.5km and we saw the clear blue ocean crashing into the lush greenery of the park. We wanted to go and have a closer look at the lighthouse but there was no real path there unless we took the tour which we didn't think was necessary. Having just found out the day before that such caves exist in the UK I will now make a point to visit these as I imagine they are even older than the Aussie caves or well at least in discovery