Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse Tours

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Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse
Standing watch over the southwestern tip of Australia and marking the meeting point of the Indian and Southern Oceans, the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse boasts a dramatic location. The 39-meter-high tower also makes a striking photo opportunity, with its stark white brick set against a backdrop of deep blue ocean and crashing waves. As well as being located within the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, the famous lighthouse serves as the starting point of the renowned Cape-to-Cape hiking trail, which runs for 135km along the coast. 

Built in 1895, the historic lighthouse remains in use, but is now equally significant as a tourist attraction. Tours allow visitors to peek behind-the-scenes of the lighthouse, see the old waterwheel and climb the 186 steps to the top-floor viewing deck. A visitor center, shop and café are also located on-site.

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The Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse is located at the southwestern tip of Australia and is open daily from 9am to 5pm, with tours held every 40 minutes.
Address: Leeuwin Rd, Augusta, Western Australia 6290, Australia
Hours: Daily 9am – 5pm, tours every 40 minutes
Admission: Entrance only: Adult: AU$8, Child: AU$5. Guided tour: Adult: AU$20, Child: AU$13
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