Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse

Cape Leeuwin marks the most south-westerly point of Australia and visitors can climb to the top of its limestone lighthouse for sensational views. At 39 metres above ground level and 56 metres above sea level, Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse is mainland Australia’s tallest lighthouse. The nearby Old Water Wheel provided fresh water to the lighthouse. Built in 1895 from timber, it has since calcified giving it the appearance of stone. Tours are available.

Contact details

Margaret River Visitor Centre, (08) 9780 5911

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