01-Dec-2014 -- Western Australia's two southernmost confluence points are at 35 degrees south - sitting on either side of the important harbour town of Albany. The first of these, 35S 117E (which I attempted unsuccessfully yesterday) - is quite difficult to reach. Fortunately the second of these points - 35S 118E - is much easier to reach, as it lies just 150 m from a trail, and less than 600 m from a road.
I drove down Gull Rock Road (a dirt road, but easily drivable in my 2WD rental car) and parked at a junction with a trail (an old double-track road) at 34.99480°S 118.00107°E, and began hiking along the trail, towards the confluence point. The trail circles around the southern end of the confluence point, getting about 150 m away. At this point I hiked through the brush to the point. Fortunately the vegetation wasn't too thick, and the hiking was fairly easy.
The confluence point lies in a small clearing, next to a small burnt tree trunk. About 5 m away is a larger clearing, with several old wine bottles strewn about. So apparently this confluence point was a party spot for some visitors sometime in the past.