Cape Byron Lighthouse Maritime Museum


About

Located within the Cape Byron Lighthouse in the one-time head lightkeepers office, the Cape Byron Lighthouse Martitime Museum offers visitors insight into the days before fully-automated lighthouses and the long tradition of lightkeepers.

The Museum also displays images and artefacts from the days when Byron Bay was a venue for whale hunting rather than whale watching. A team of dedicated volunteers staff the museum 7 days a week and are happy to answer questions.

Guided tours to the top of the lighthouse are avialable depending on visitor numbers.

Contact

(02) 6620 9300
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Entry Fees

General entry free
Lighthouse tours by donation

Vehicle entry fee to lighthouse precinct
Cars $7 per hour
Motorbikes $3 per hour


Getting There
Lighthouse Road
Byron Bay

Opening Hours

Everyday
10:00 am to 4:00 pm


Cape Cafe

The perfect place to grab a coffee or a bite to eat and take in the amazing views.


Cape Byron Shop

Small giftshop where you can purchase lighthouse memorabilia