Dirk Hartog Island is the westernmost point of Australia and home to one of the most spectacular sunsets in the world. Standing 600ft high atop its cliffs, visitors can take in panoramic views of the Indian Ocean stretching out before them. When the sun dips below the horizon, it marks not only an end to a beautiful day but also to a stunning journey across Australia as Dirk Hartog Island is the final stop for any traveller heading west.
The island itself has a long and storied history, first being sighted by Dutch explorer Dirk Hartog in 1616. This makes it one of the earliest European settlements in Australia and its rich heritage has been carefully preserved over time – with numerous shipwrecks, ancient Aboriginal rock carvings and an old lighthouse still standing to this day.
For many travellers, watching the last sunset in Australia from these majestic cliffs remains one of their fondest memories from their travels across this incredible continent. With its breathtakingly beautiful views and unique historical significance, Dirk Hartog Island is truly a special place that no traveller should overlook when visiting Australia.
$95 per adult, $55 per child (under 18).
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