Lighthouse legends

Climb the spiral staircases of Cape Cleveland Lighthouse in Townsville or Cape Willoughby in South Australia to get a birds-eye view from the top. Check out Australia’s southernmost lighthouse on Bruny Island or learn about the important role Rottnest Island’s lighthouses have played. Remember to pack your binoculars for some bird, whale or dolphin spotting!


Brilliant Experiences

Kangaroo Island

The isolation and beauty of the Lighthouse Keeper’s Cottages (now an enchanting museum) at Cape Willoughby, is as striking now as when the first keepers and their families came to Kangaroo Island more than a hundred and fifty years ago. Daily tours include the firing of a signal cannon, originally built to warn people about invading Russian ships. If a day visit is simply not enough, you can stay overnight in the cottages, making this a truly memorable experience.

Bruny Island

Australia’s southernmost lighthouse on Bruny Island towers 114m above the coastal cliff tops. A climb up the spiral staircase leads to magnificent views from the top balcony where you can view Tasmania’s rugged coastline and learn about the history of this heritage listed landmark.