A nice short sail back to the Australian main land. Seisia is a small port originally built to service the nearby aboriginal settlement. The amount of tourists coming to the cape has seen it grow into a town of its own. There are three camp grounds and unit areas along the foreshore. Claimed to be the best fishing in Australia, there was an abundance of fish around the jetty including a huge groper.
The supermarket was well stocked. It is supplied twice a week from Cairns via the ship Trinity Bay, a cargo and passenger ship. The fruit and vegetables were top quality and just about everything was still cheaper than Perth prices, except the diesel at $2.00 a litre. The cheapest washing so far at $3 a load and showers a gold coin donation. Fresh water is available from a tap on the jetty. Wild horses roam the streets.