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Breathe in the crisp sea air and take in one of the most awe inspiring vistas Tasmania has to offer when you're atop the Bruny Island Lighthouse. This fully guided tour will teach you about this amazing building and the history of the lighthouse keepers who manned it. Stunning photo opportunities.
Climb the original wrought iron spiral staircase of this historic 1836 lighthouse and step out onto the balcony to enjoy spectacular, expansive views of the wild Tasman Sea. With photo opportunities at every turn, you'll be amazed by the majestic beauty of the ocean, the cliffs, and the native wildlife. Watch as large sea birds like the albatross swoop over the relentless swells and maybe even catch a glimpse of migrating whales. Learn about the convicts that built this historic structure as well as the practical aspects of lighthouse keeping. You'll also get a personal insight into the lives of lighthouse keepers as the company's founder Craig grew up at lighthouses around the country. His family's experiences and stories give the tour a special and personal touch that will intrigue and entertain.
Not suitable for children under 5 years old
We have no cancellation policy for this tour. It is up to you to use your voucher. As the tour can be done at anytime your voucher is valid for at least 12 months.
Tours will be run with a maximum of 10 people
Yes. Those who don't want to access the Lighthouse can still enjoy the area surrounding the lighthouse and take photos.
If the wind reaches 30 knots, you will not be able to go out onto the lighthouse balcony but all other parts of the tour experience can be done.
Please wear warm clothing
This experience takes place on Bruny Island, Tasmania.