But, I have been educated. There is a rest stop on the Eyre Highway where a small hole in the ground about 15km inland from the cliffs and waves along Great Australian Bight called Caiguna Blowhole.
When we were at Caiguna the cave was breathing out. the breeze was cool and strong so we tied a handkerchief onto a piece of cotton to demonstrate. Family visited the cave a few years ago on an extremely hot day and saw numerous birds flying in and out of the blowhole to take advantage of the cool air.
I also took the opportunity to photograph the plants around the carpark area. So, these are my final photos of our truncated trip to the west. (See previous blogpost.)
|Emu Bush Eremophila sp.|