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Vlaming Head Lighthouse

Experience all the History and Adventure of North West Cape and relive the lives of the region's early pioneers, the Lightkeepers, by taking an escorted tour of the last remaining kerosene burning lighthouse in Australia. Vlaming Head Lighthouse opened in 1912 and served as a navigation aid to mariners for 55 years... view more info

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Informative escorted tours 25 minutes in duration. A small ticket office with memorabilia and an exclusive range of souveniers and postcards.

Admission fees

Adult $5.50

Children $3.50 (5 to 16 years) Under 5 free

Families $15.00 (2 Adults + 2 Children)

Seniors $5.00

Note: Families are welcome, Ladies with small children (babies) must have a baby harness/backpack so your hands are free for stairs. your safety and enjoyment is paramount.


lighthouse lookout off Yardie Creek Road, Exmouth 6707


The Lighthouse is located 19klms North of Exmouth en-route to the National Park.

Travel North on Murat rd past the Navy Base approximately 12 klms from town turn left on Yardie Rd, heading West towards the coast past the Lighthouse Caravan Park, the Lighthouse is on the hill overlooking the park, about 500 mtrs beyond the park turn left up the hill to the lookout and the Lighthouse



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Rated by 3 guests
Andrew Williamson
Great for a sunset outlook on a calm day., with the sun painting the sky, lighthouse and land orange and yellow with its last rays of light.

Sarah Ryan
Beautiful spot to watch a sunrise and sunset with 360 degrees of uninterrupted breathtaking views. You can drive up to the Lighthouse or its just a short hike from the Ningaloo Lighthouse Holiday Park. Only a 15 minute drive from Exmouth town centre, this Lighthouse is a must see. Bring a picnic and enjoy the amazing views.

Richard Stephens
While waiting for an hour or more for the sun to go down, from the lighthouse looking out into the bay we saw about 50 or so spouts from whales heading southward. That alone would have made the stay here worth while, but soon enough, the Indian Ocean sunset was a fantastic way to finish a jaw dropping day

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