Cape Otway Lightstation Australia's Most Important Lighthouse Awesome Views, Amazing History

Aboriginal Culture

International Lighthouse Weekend

International Lighthouse Weekend celebrates lighthouses and the people that worked in them.

It’s held every year on the 3rd weekend in August and involves lighthouses & lightships from all around the world.

Come an join us – there’s plenty to do for all the family.

Quotes

Tremendous presentation by staff on history. Very Picturesque. Large open spaces so doesn’t feel crowded.

Stewart
Quotes

Excellent, fascinating, saw whales!

Margot

International Lighthouse Weekend — 20th/21st August 2016

Shipwreck Harvest Dinner & Ghost Tour

Saturday 5:30pm – Grounds & Lightkeeper’s Café

Tour the Lightstation grounds and hear about paranormal activity (5:30pm).

The Shipwreck Harvest Dinner, prepared by our own in-house chef, Paul Ivelja, will be served at 7pm in the historic Lightkeeper’s Café – formally the Assistant Lightkeeper’s Quarters. Enjoy a great night with Irish music and dancing.

Bookings essential. Tickets ($65, children 14 & under $25).

Bush Tucker

Saturday 2pm – Indigenous Cultural Centre

Our Cultural Guide, Brad West, will be showcasing a traditional cooking method using a handmade woven Lomandra Grass Basket at the Indigenous Cultural Centre.

Baby Snapper will be prepared with Coastal Saltbush, Mountain Pepper Berry, Native Rosemary & Warrigal Greens and cooked in the Lomandra Basket.

Free!

Weekend Activities

Saturday & Sunday (20th/21st August 2016)

Regular entrance fees apply for International Lighthouse Weekend, but if you buy a ticket on Saturday, you can return on Sunday for free.

Dinner bookings are essential. Tickets available from the Lightstation (03 5237 9240)