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We got lucky with the right winds on the day we visited and the little blowhole was putting on an excellent display. As it's a bit further out of town there were hardly any people and we spent a good amount of time here watching and getting photos. Warning - if the winds are right you can easily get drenched here so best to take extra caution with kids. As it isn't as popular as the main blowhole you can also get really close, so again be mindful if you have children with you. Easy to find and well worth a look if the winds and swell are right. The Rock formations around the little blowhole are also interesting.
Cute spot, it has a chart with diagram of HOW, the BLOWHOLE WORKS. The water keeps moving, very active, nice to watch it change. It's got striking colours, in green and blue and white. It was still peak low tide so we only saw spray and mist come up the hole. But could here the whomp below, which was cool.
Little Blowhole we found more interesting than the big one. It was more powerful and you can get alot closer. Would definitely recommend visiting it.
Lovely place to go visit and get up close to a blowhole. It’s obviously not as impressive as the big one, but it’s definitely operational. When we were there we only got some minor sprays and some loud rumbling noises, but I can imagine if the waves come from the right direction it can be quite spectacular.
The coastal walk passes bult and looks really beautiful as well