Vlamingh Head Lighthouse

Free experience
Vlamingh Head Lighthouse

What you can expect

Completed in 1912, and undergoing various restorations and repairs over the years, Vlamingh Head Lighthouse is a historic attraction on the WA coast. Built out of local stone and rising up to twenty feet in the air, the lighthouse has weathered cyclones and various other natural disasters, and though still standing, is now unavailable for tours of the interior. Visitors to the region are able to admire the lighthouse from outside with the beautiful coastal backdrop making it a relaxing and scenic attraction to visit. During whale migration season, the lighthouse is a popular destination for those looking to whale watch from land.


What you need to know

Scenic views
Historic lighthouse
Finished in 1912
Views over Ningaloo Reef
Popular whale watching destination
Impressive structure
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We acknowledge and pay respect to the Traditional Custodians of Country and their connections and continuous care for the skies, lands and waterways throughout Australia.