Green Cape Lightstation Keeper's Cottage (2 bedrooms, up to 6 people)
Fire/closure alerts currently apply to this location. See details below.
Wheelchair access: medium
Assistance may be required to access this area
Enjoy an unforgettable weekend getaway at Green Cape Lightstation Keeper's Cottage in Ben Boyd National Park.
Perched on the edge of a peninsula, there are two beautifully-restored keepers' cottages available, each offering 3.5-star heritage accommodation with open fireplaces and charming nautical decor.
Along with a fully-equipped kitchen and dining and lounge rooms, each cottage offers a comfortable verandah, ideal for enjoying the sea air and whale watching. You can take a guided tour of the lightstation and walk part of the Light to Light walk.
You’ll find a paved path to the lookout at the tip of Green Cape. Stop to look for whales during season and for breathtaking views across Disaster Bay, the site of many shipwrecks. And keep an eye out for bandicoots, they’re often seen nearby.
Things to do: Experience the peaceful, misty mornings and relentless pounding seas from the comfortable isolation of the lightstation. Use it as a base to enjoy and explore the area in and around Ben Boyd National Park, returning to the cosy cottages and a warm fire during the winter months. The coastal walking track is nearby, along with beaches and great spots to fish. Whales can be seen on their migratory route between late May and December, along with seals and a number of seabirds. A free tour of the lighthouse is also available to guests.
Audio tour: you can download an audio tour of the Light to Light Walk to your mp3 player or phone. Section 3 provides information about Green Cape Lightstation and the surrounding area.
Activities: walking, fishing, whale watching
shown on Boyds Tower to Green Cape map
Getting there: Green Cape Lighthouse is in the southern section of Ben Boyd National Park. To get there:
- Travel south from Eden on the Princes Highway for 18km
- Turn off at Edrom Road and follow it for 6km
- Turn right onto Green Cape Road and follow it for 21km
Road access: Unsealed road/trail - 2WD vehicles. Dry weather only.
Bookings: Please email Auswide Services or phone (02) 6495 5555.
Events, activities and alerts at this location
Road Closure - No access to Green Cape
Access to Pulpit Rock and City Rock is open, although further access along Green Cape Road (including Green Cape Lightstation) is closed due to fire. For further information, please contact the Merimbula NPWS office on (02) 6495 5000.