Visitors walking up to Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse, Dunsborough WA.

LIGHTHOUSES

Continuing to serve their lifesaving purpose from dusk to dawn, by day, these lighthouses offer the visitor a unique experience.

Both lighthouses are open 9:00am - 5:00pm daily (closed Christmas Day) with guided tours departing every 30 minutes, on the hour and half hour.

Book online to guarantee your ticket as guest numbers are limited to 10 people per tour. Save when you climb both towers or visit a cave - combo passes are available.

Door entrance to Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse, Dunsborough WA.

Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse

An easy climb rewards visitors with breathtaking panoramic views over the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park and Geographe Bay.

Be greeted by friendly tour guides who will share stories of the hardship experienced by the lighthouse keepers who lived on site from 1903 until 1996, plus the modern functions of the lighthouse.

Whale watching from Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse in Augusta, Margaret River WA.

Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse

Australia's tallest mainland lighthouse is situated at the most south westerly tip of Australia, where the Indian and Southern Oceans meet.

Before you climb the lighthouse, be sure to allow time for the self-guided audio tour of the precinct. You will hear in-depth commentary on everything from the tragic shipwrecks, to the flora of the cape.

Hikers on the Margaret River Cape to Cape Track, Injidup WA.

The Cape to Cape Track

Did you know? The Cape Naturaliste and Cape Leeuwin Lighthouses mark the start and end of the Cape to Cape Track.

Rated one of the Top Ten multi-day walks in Australia by Australian Geographic, the track meanders for 135km through coastal heath, karri forest and woodlands and offers the walker access to sweeping cliff top views and spectacular remote beaches.