Virginia Woolf once wrote that lighthouses are endlessly suggestive signifiers of both human isolation and our ultimate connectedness to each other.
There is no clearer representation of this than at the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse site. It’s the tallest lighthouse in mainland Australia, standing on an isolated coastline at the tip of Cape Leeuwin in Augusta between the Indian and Southern oceans. But despite its isolation, the historical structure connects people in such a wonderful way.
On the ground, you’ll find an incredibly passionate team managing tours and caring for the natural assets at the site almost every day of the year.