Vlamingh Head Lighthouse
The Vlamingh Head Lighthouse is located 17km north of the Exmouth townsite. The Lighthouse overlooks Lighthouse Bay and has the distinction of being one of the few places in Australia where you can watch the sun rise and set. The Lighthouse was built in 1912 and stands on the northernmost tip of the Cape Range. No tours are currently conducted into the Lighthouse.
Photos courtesy of Deb - EVC staff and Jo and Brian Reading from Ningaloo Coral Explorer.
Exmouth Visitor Centre
PO Box 149
Exmouth WA 6707
Ph: (+61) 08 9949 1176
Opens 7 days a week
9.00am to 5.00pm
Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Years Day, Australia Day, Labor Day and Good Friday.
Take a voyage on the STS Leeuwin II
Travel along Western Australia’s incredible coral coast onboard the historic sailing ship, STS Leeuwin II.
Voyage dates are June 6-12, 2017.Read more