“Every light has a different character, the navigator picks up this character and looks at the chart and says ‘ I know where I am now’”

John Cook, Tasmania’s last Lighthouse keeper

Our Tours

Cape Bruny Lighthouse Tours

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Remote and Historically Rich

The Cape Bruny Lighthouse is the only Southern Tasmanian lighthouse open for tours.
The heritage-listed 1836 (First lit 1838) Cape Bruny Lighthouse towers 114m above dramatic cliff tops and coves that form this wild rugged Tasmanian coastline of Cape Bruny.
John Lee Archer, the famous architect that designed many well-known structures around the world was well ahead of his time and the iconic lighthouse he designed still stands proud today. 

Discover this remote and historically rich piece of Bruny either by car or joining one of our Bruny Island Safaris tours.

Join our team of local Bruny Island resident guides that are enthusiastically passionate about this historic landmark. Climb the cast-iron spiral stairs to the top and out on to the balcony where the views are outstanding. Company owner Craig Parsey lived at The Cape Bruny Light Station as a child in the 1970’s with his Lighthouse keeper family before the station was automated. Craig also lived at Maatsuyker Island, Eddystone Point and Low Head light-stations. 

Learn about the ship wrecks, lighthouse keeper hardships and stories of Bruny Islands rich past. Stories and facts taken from some of the last true Tasmanian Lighthouse Keepers.

We encourage you to please book your tour online before you come to Bruny. This will help us conduct your tour experience more safely and avoid any unnecessary queuing.

During the COVID19 pandemic, we encourage our booked guests to contact us before the tour departs if they are feeling unwell or displaying flu-like symptoms. We will offer you a full refund or the opportunity to reschedule. 

Due to the high cancellation rate and random border closures, etc. We have revised our Covid Cancellations Policy.

In the first instance, we will offer a voucher to travel again anytime with no fees incurred and honored at the purchase price regardless of any future price increases. 

If you require to cancel we need to cover the original fees when you booked and then again when canceling. These fees will cover administration costs and transaction fees. The fee will be 5%.

Day Tours Tasmania Pty Ltd reserves the right to amend itineraries due to unforeseen weather events and/or closure of some establishments or cancel tours due to extraordinary weather events/world events/external events outside our reasonable control.

Day Tours Tasmania Pty Ltd does not accept responsibility for customers missing the Bruny Island Ferry or other delays that might make you late to the tour. Day Tours Tasmania Pty Ltd accepts no responsibility for loss or damage to personal property and injury that may occur on tours.

 

 

Cape Bruny Lighthouse Tour

$15 and $10 kids (5 years to 12 years old) 

Meet our knowledgeable local team of Bruny Island tour guides on this historic lighthouse tour experience, one of the more remote coastlines in Tasmania. Be enlightened by Bruny Islands’ most historic attraction, the southernmost Lighthouse Tour in Australia. Lighthouse history, heritage, human ingenuity, local characters and shipwrecks.

Sunset Lighthouse Tour

$70 Bookings Essential

Experience spectacular sunsets from the lighthouse balcony and stargazing from the highest point of the rugged Cape Bruny coastline. Delve into the history and life as a lighthouse keeper as the sun sets over the South West Wilderness. Dress warmly and enjoy your nighttime activity. In winter, expect to see beautiful sunsets some nights and dark moody skies on others. It gets dark and cold quickly in Tasmania. Expect the unexpected.

“You’d sit there in the tower, on some of those nights, it was eerie those nights, a mass of white sheet and sleet and that, it’s hard to explain – as you look into the storm, but it’s just like looking into a firestorm, just roaring at you as it hits the tower”

John Cook, Tasmania’s last Lighthouse keeper

  • star rating  Bruny Island is the must visit place in Tas. The tour has covered many iconic attractions with stunning view, even the view on the way was beautiful.

    243tungp
    2/26/2020
  • star rating  This was a last minute decision and was one of the best tours we did in Tasmania. Our guide was knowledgeable and friendly and nothing was to much trouble. Morning... read more

    Suzanne P
    2/25/2020
  • star rating  100% recommend doing the Food,Sightseeing and Lighthouse tour of Bruny Island. They pack a lot into the day without feeling rushed, spending lots of time at each place so that... read more

    celinedelre
    2/06/2020
  • star rating  Guide was brilliant - knowledge and friendly - couldn't do enough for the group. Scenery great. Picnic on beach great - fresh oysters and cheese. Best oysters I've ever tasted.... read more

    McChlery
    2/24/2020
  • star rating  We continue exploring Tasmania as 3 relatives and decided to take a group tour to relieve my constant driving. What a great way to see Bruny island! Our driver, Nigel... read more

    diane3735
    10/27/2019
icons of Bruny Island tour highlights including penguins, lighthouse and wine