Vlamingh Head Lighthouse, ExmouthCurrently Open
- Address: Yardie Creek Road, 18 Kms North of Exmouth | Ningaloo Reef Area, Exmouth, Western Australia 6707, Australia
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Light House, View Point, Family And Kids
About Vlamingh Head Lighthouse, Exmouth
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
We was greeted to 15 dead cockroaches on entry to our bungalow, we found a centipede in our daughters bed. Sheets were stained, broken glass under the bed and beside the fridge. The floor hadn't been cleaned since 1980!! The fridge barely kept anything cold, cockroaches covered the BBQ when we went to cook our dinner. The kids pool had rubbish in it and covered in leaves, but main pool was fine. It is close to some amazing swimming and snorkelling areas, but bungalows are a fisherman's rest area on a high end price.
We were driving past Lighthouse Caravan Park and we thought we’d stop in to make an enquiry about staying at one of the lookout cabins that seemed to have a great view perched on top of the hill which we noticed from the lighthouse. It must have been quiet season as it seemed empty with no guest in sight. I walked into the office and the woman was on the phone. I stood there being ignored with no acknowledgement of my presence, not even a nod. I gave her the benefit of the doubt and waited around for a while but to no avail. I walked out with the most negative impression of this place. I have a feeling this woman does not own the business as anyone in business would welcome a potential guest willing to spend $600-$1000 on a stay. Given that other reviewers have also mentioned a woman with a bad attitude at front desk, I begin to wonder how much she is costing this business.
Nice and peaceful camping, petrol is sold there as well. Very close to the national park!
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.
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.