This is the size of the cave that the boys climbed up in to, right up the top of that rock formation Sarah was pictured in front of. It was huge! Aboriginals surely used this cave for shelter back in the day. It seemed a sacred place to the boys. They were so excited and appreciative to have made such a discovery. So lucky to be there!
My big boy turned 13 while we were away. He had the most awesome seven days away.... none of us wanted to return.
There is the view behind Tom, the magical view from a sacred cave! Behind Tom you can see the T intersection where the image of Sarah was taken. The boys did climb up quite far. From our contour map, we estimate between 650 and 750 metres above sea level.
Our camp faces what you see right there at Halls Gap in The Grampians. Waking up to such beauty..lovely!