Vlamingh Head Lighthouse, Exmouth
About Vlamingh Head Lighthouse, Exmouth
Vlamingh Head Lighthouse, Exmouth - Address
Address: Yardie Creek Road, 18 Kms North of Exmouth | Ningaloo Reef Area, Exmouth, Western Australia 6707, Australia
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
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Visit the lighthouse to get mesmerizing views of Exmouth’s coastline. You could simply sit on the wall of the lighthouse sip on your drink and enjoy the charming beach while the sparkling waves hit the shore. The sight of the surfers and breaching whales far in the water are simply priceless. You could also wait until sunset and watch the surroundings go from pale yellow to dull orange. A stop here is much recommended when in Exmouth.
Vlamingh Head Lighthouse Information
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How To reach Vlamingh Head Lighthouse by Public Transport
- Rent a car.
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Vlamingh Head Lighthouse, Exmouth Reviews - Write a Review
Had such a lovely time here. Peaceful and relaxing, and truly the best views from the hill. Everything we could want in a campground, and nothing we didn't. So glad we came.
Nice spot, close to beach and light house. Staff were very helpful. but there was a lot of coming and going, people arriving and setting up after dark, people with boats, in and out at all hours of the night. Great if you are a fisherman, and your doing the same. but to much for me, I only lasted a week. And it's a long way back to town, but it's close to the west coast and the National Park. So has pros and cons.
Awesome place... so close to so many surf, snorkel and fish spots. The Lighthouse at Sunset is a Must See. We had mechanical problems during our stay and the staff were most helpful and accommodating.
I can't believe that they had the cheek to charge 45 dollars per night in the over flow shared toilet and showers for both .sexes.Thank goodness we have our own shower in our van.only to find we had no water pressure.Crowded sites, and the water is salty.We are 17k from any shop.We also found that the women in the office was quite abrupt. You had to go down over 300 steps if you wanted to hang your washing on the line.The main part of the caravan park could be alright. But the overflow is expensive for what you get.We have stayed in overflows before for 10 to 20 dollars and you don't mind paying that.but this is ridiculous. Wouldn't recommend it to anybody.
Gorgeous place for a sunset beverage after a long day snorkeling. Quite busy with grey nomads but still lots of opportunities for a pic. Everyone was really friendly too