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The blow holes is a short drive from the Gap and Natural Bridge. When we were there, the whole place was deserted and we were the only car at the carpark. To reach the Blow Holes, it is quite a long walk with stairs right...More
A lovely walk that let's you see some of the beautiful rugged coastline. While it is more of a 'blow-crack' rather than a blow hole, it does give you the opportunity to see it up close. But like all things in nature, it depends on...More
You need to be reasonably fit to descend down the walkway and steps and then out on to the rocks to see the gaps in the rocks where the air blows up, be patient and dont get too close. A long climb backup to the...More
It's difficult to decide whether the blow holes were meant to be seen or just heard. I didn't see any holes as it's tricky to gauge the safety of venturing further out from the pole with the floater and warning sign, not able to see...More
We were well aware that the blowholes doesn't always work all the time. We would find out when we arrived at the blowhole.
It didn't matter. We were walking near the coast and i had fun watching the waves attaching the rocks.
I even found...More
This is a place well worth visiting. However before setting out you should know it is not a walk for everyone. It can be steep at times and also requires going over rough rock surfaces. So wear good shoes and be confident you are fit...More
When we went, the surge was not strong enough to force the water up and put. However, it was still a fun experience.
It's a good trek down to the holes.
Even if it doesn't blow, it is still exciting to sit there and listen...More