Accommodation at Montague Island
The restored Lighthouse Keepers Quarters on Montague Island, provides visitors with the chance to stay overnight and explore this unique, yet beautiful part of the South Coast of NSW.
Accommodation at the Light House – Montague Island
The Montague Island Lighthouse was built in 1881, and has been a crucial beacon for sailors and navigators for over 130 years. Today, like most lighthouses it is an automated system.
In 2003, the Lighthouse Head Keepers Quarters has been turned into an accommodation centre, and provides the perfect opportunity to explore and live with the Islands natural inhabitants.
The dining room comfortably seats 10-12 people, with facilities to provide for more seating for special group trips.
Two shower rooms, two toilets and a well-equipped kitchen help make staying out here a pleasurable experience in its own right.