Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse

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Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse

9:00am - 4:00pm daily.
During WA school holidays and public holidays Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse is open 9:00am - 5:00pm daily. Closed Christmas Day.
Cafe open seven days for coffee, lunch and delicious snacks
Interpretive Centre Open
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Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse is a 10-minute drive south of Augusta, at the very end of the Leeuwin Road.
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Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse is a must-see attraction. This historic lighthouse is the tallest on mainland Australia. It is situated at the most south-westerly point of Australia, at the tip of a spectacular peninsula where the Southern and Indian Oceans meet.
Take a trip through maritime history and learn how this famous landmark was constructed from local limestone in 1895 and is still a vital working lighthouse for vessels navigating the treacherous cape. 

From May to September the lighthouse transforms into one of the best land-based vantage points for spotting migrating whales.

The Interpretive Centre, housed within one of the original lighthouse keepers' cottages, is an outstanding interactive experience that celebrates the history and lives of the numerous lighthouse keepers who were custodians of this rugged coastline. 

Visitors can enjoy coffee or delicious light refreshments at the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse Café.



Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse

Leeuwin Rd, Augusta WA 6290, Australia


Star 4.6 (2589 Google reviews)
Linda Barclay 04 April 2024

A piece of history is worth the trip to see. The story of all the light keepers and the cottages built there is very interesting. Beautiful coastal views. It is best to get there early for a carport, though.

Dave T-Y 14 May 2024

Great views from lighthouse compound. Yes, you have to pay to go up to the lighthouse and visit the lighthouse keepers building. You need to pay more for the guided tour inside the lighthouse itself. We opted for just the lighthouse compound and were happy with the views.

Michael Cooper 13 March 2024

An interesting historical site located where the Southern and Indian oceans meet. It costs to enter the area, but you can visit the small museum and take a tour of the lighthouse. A beautiful spot, but be prepared for high winds most days.

Mila Schätze 12 April 2024

The historic Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse sits at the tip of a spectacular peninsula, where the Southern and Indian Oceans meet.Just if you have a time visit this history place and you will read all the story behind that scenes.$7 for entry and I think worth it,clean,great view,strong wind too.I love WA 🥰