I have been visiting this remote, wild and hostile place for over 40 years.
I have never seen it calm here.
When we visited it again last last week it didn't dissapoint.
The vast expanse of the Indian Ocean suddenly ends at a formidable line of cliffs extending for over 250 miles. The oceans breakers just have nowhere to go other than to vent their energy against the harsh and barren landscape of the upper West Coast of Western Australia.
Falseg Entrance is aptly named. It looks like the first break in an unbroken stretch of cliffs for nearly 200 miles, however for those that choose to try and make a landfall here this is what will greet you.
No wonder the early Dutch explorers came tp so much grief.
False Entrance has one of the finest beaches in Australia. It is an especiallly invogorating experience to vist it when a cold front is approaching. The lonely rock expresses the loneliness of this place.
The Colony Club on "Radiance of the Seas"
The Colony Club on the Royal Carribean Line ship "Radiance of the Seas" has a wooden panneled nautical theme, with stunning views over the stern of the vessel. It is our favourite part of the ship.