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Thursday, May 8, 2014

New pass to celebrate Augusta's icons

The Augusta Margaret River Tourism Association (AMRTA) has  launched a new initiative to celebrate two of Augusta's most famed icons - the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse and Jewel Cave.

The 'Augusta Icons' pass includes guided tours of the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse - the tallest on mainland Australia, and of Jewel Cave - the largest show cave in Western Australia.
unnamed (2)The ticket is at a discounted price which represents a 15% saving across both attractions.

AMRTA Attractions Manager Steve Harrison advised that the pass was designed to cater for visitors with a specific interest in Augusta, as well as those who were short of time.

"The 'Augusta Icons' pass is perfect for those visitors who are interested exclusively in Augusta's sensational attractions, or who don’t have enough time to experience more than two attractions," said Mr Harrison.

"We also offer an 'Ultimate Pass' which offers a discounted price for all four of the AMRTA's attractions - Lake, Jewel and Mammoth Caves and the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse.

"The 'Augusta Icons' pass works well for those who might only have one day to spare - visitors can do one attraction in the morning, then enjoy lunch in beautiful Augusta, then visit the other attraction in the afternoon," he said.

The pass is available from all of the AMRTA's sites, including the Margaret River and Augusta Visitor Centres, and costs $36 for adults and $20 for children.

The AMRTA has also recently released a new student discount price for the grounds of the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse to cater for independent secondary and tertiary students.

For more information on Lake, Jewel and Mammoth Caves and the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse visit

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