Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse

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Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse

Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse is open 9.00am – 5.00pm with guided tours departing every hour from 9.30 - 4.30pm.
Book online to guarantee your ticket as guest numbers are limited to 10 people per tour.
Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse is a 15-minute drive north of Dunsborough, along Cape Naturaliste Road.
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The Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse is one of the most popular attractions in the region. Visitors to the top balcony of the lighthouse tower are rewarded with breathtaking ocean views. With an easy climb of 59 stairs, this lighthouse is accessible even for small children.
The Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse and cottages reveal the fascinating maritime history of the Cape region. Hear tales of ships wrecked off the formidable coastline and the hardships of life as a lighthouse keeper and gain insight into the functions of this working lighthouse. Discover more about native flora and fauna and the importance of the local ocean currents - also used by humpback whales during their migration and breeding season.

The new observation platform at the base of the lighthouse tower enables universal access to sweeping ocean views and great photo opportunities.



Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse

Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, 1267 Cape Naturaliste Rd, Naturaliste WA 6281, Australia


Star 4.3 (2363 Google reviews)
Mike Fulgaro 06 April 2024

A truly stunning view from the lighthouse. A great starting point to get on the Cape Naturaliste Track. Visitors will be rewarded by amazing coastal scenes, crashing surf, unique flora and fauna. This is a very special place.

Kim Hong 06 May 2024

Stunning views of the ocean and very, very windy as well! Almost got my hat blown off by the unpredictable wind. I didn't go for the tour but I should have! Would've been nice to listen to the history of this lighthouse.

Dave T-Y 14 May 2024

You can not visit the lighthouse without paying for entry to the fenced off area. Signage is not great as everyone who arrived asked how they could see the lighthouse. There is a sign explaining 2 options, just the lighthouse or the lighthouse tour. They just need a sign at the entrance that says. If you want to see the lighthouse up close you have to pay. Also no drones allowed in the national park.

A W 27 April 2024

Great family experience. Knowlegable guide was fantastic. Seeing inside the lighthouse was a nice insight to how the lighthouse operators functioned. Standing on the viewing platform you could really get a feel for the wind gusts they talk about too... need your jumper up here. Beautiful scenery out over the Geographe.