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Green Cape Lighthouse

Head here for whale watching, sweeping views and a night's stay in the former keeper's cottages.
By Concrete Playground
July 17, 2020
By Concrete Playground
July 17, 2020

If you're planning a trip down to the Far South Coast, make your first stop Green Cape lookout, where you'll find a lighthouse surrounded by wilderness, perched on Disaster Bay's rocky northern peninsula. Forget mobile coverage. Step into the 19th century in the former keeper's cottages — which have been turned into cosy accommodation, with classic wooden furniture, claw foot baths, open fires and shady verandahs. Between May and December, you may even spot whales from the lookout point. But if you don't spot one, there's plenty of other wildlife to look out for, including fur seals, dolphins, albatrosses, gannets and sea eagles.

Image: Dee Kramer Photography

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