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The walk to the cave is rough and undulating. We found it not well signposted and hence too a few wrong turns. Half of us found the cave the other half didn’t. Needs maps and signage to show the way. The caves were worth the...More
Had a fantastic day fishing aboard the Hermit of Hythe with skipper Dave Kelley. Booked this trip for myself and my two sons aged 24 and 17, and met Dave at the marina which is a superb facility. Once aboard Hermit of Hythe we were...More
We were there yesterday as this was one of the places that rated top 10 things to see in Griffith. What a disappointment, the place is graffitied as well as a lot of rubbish, if they want us to come and see this, should get...More
This was soo interesting and our guide the day before Cassandra pointed this out. We came out at 08.30 still cool and went through the trail and thos os fabolous to see that this is preserved for the future. Amazing that a man could spend...More
I was in GRIFFITH in August 2015.
With son, daughter-in-law, two grand-sons and a couple of long time friends, I was the 'tourist guide' and the first attraction was the Hermit's Cave and the vista from Scenic Hill. I was born and spent my youth...More
There's not much left of the structures and gardens built by the hermit around the cave, so it's a surprise to read the signs about what he did there. It's an interesting walk from the top or the bottom of the ridge (the paths can...More