So, we visited the Pulpit Rock over the slippery rounded rocks. Lady Aurora Australis danced in orange / peach colour, but was not as outstanding as expected. We climbed back to the carpark at 2:30AM. Yes, I know, it was a long night, I definatelly didn't plan to be there by that time.
There is a gate you can go through if you want to go closer to the lighthouse. That gate is an automated gate, which is open between 6AM and 6PM. You can remain on site if you arrived before 6PM, and you have to push the green button to open the gate. After that the gate closes back automatically, so noone can walk in after 6PM.
So, after we arrived back to the carpark my new friend suggested to visit the lighthouse. Who knows? Maybe we will be lucky. Let's have a try! I don't know how, I don't know why, but the gate was open at 2:30 AM.
We looked for the best spots for the shots and took some. And Lady Aurora's dance became stronger and stronger, orange, red, pink, some greens - the lighthouse in the foreground and the magic on the sky. I couldn't believe it. That were the moments we waited for, the images I will never forget.
I left Cape Schanck after 4AM. I was tired, I still had an hour of drive back to home, but I was fulfilled with all that beauties I saw.