Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse Café

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Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse Café

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday: 10:00am - 3:30pm Saturday and Sunday : 9:30am - 4:00pm Thursdays: Closed
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Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse Cafe is located within one of the original Lighthouse Keeper's cottages built in 1895. Take a step back in time and enjoy a freshly baked scone just as those wickies and families would have during the Victorian era. Enjoy the view from the enclosed verandah or grab something to go.
A delightful coffee shop offering a selection of sweet treats including HUGE freshly baked scones with homemade jam and whipped cream, locally made cookies, or delicious gluten-free caramel slice. Or perhaps tuck into some savoury delights like a homemade soup paired with a cheese & spinach scone or a simple pie accompanied by a freshly prepared salad with chutney - all whilst taking in the dynamic ever-changing weather the beautiful cape throws at you. 

Blackboard specials change daily. 

Ice-creams, snacks and cold drinks are available.



Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse Café

Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, Leeuwin Road, Augusta WA, Australia


Star 4.5 (2143 Google reviews)
G Singh 17 February 2022

Amazing place. You should definitely visit. When we went it was going under major renovations. So please call or confirm with them before you go there to not end up disappointed. Breath taking views. Ample parking. Kids can visit the museum also. Very nice short movie to watch in the museum.

peter h t seow 15 December 2022

Good place to see the lighthouse where two oceans (Indian & Southern or Atlantic) meet. Quite a historical site and sight! Make sure to bring along something warm if you are wary of strong cold winds! Pay $20 to understand the history and climb up the lighthouse- it's worth the trip!

Chris Fellows 22 May 2023

The place where the Indian Ocean meets the Southern Ocean. This is the most south western point in the Australian continent. The tour of the lighthouse is well worth taking as it provides spectacular views over the ocean and coastline. A guide takes you on the tour and provides a very comprehensive overview of how the lighthouse has operated over its lifetime including up to the present day. However, be prepared to walk up and down 176 steps. Cost of the tour is $21 for adults.

Nelufar Yasmin 21 October 2022

We just loved the place. It's a short-walk from entrance to light house. The walk was so enjoyable. You have both ticketing option With Lighthouse entry or without lighthouse entry, fees are different. That's good. The walk to light house was so enjoyable. Lightkeeper's house to know more about the history and amazed with collections (we didn't have time to spend more but make sure you do). Most importantly, the viewing platform was simply the best of all.