Improving access at Cape Bruny Lighthouse

Roger Jaensch, Minister for Parks

A tender has been released to engage a construction contractor to deliver works for the Cape Bruny Lighthouse Car Park and Access Project at South Bruny National Park.

The Rockliff Liberal Government has provided $1.7 million funding as part of the Parks Powering Regional Economies commitment to plan and construct improved access the Cape Bruny Visitor Site.

Parks Minister Roger Jaensch said the works would provide improved access to the historic site’s museum and toilet via a new car park and all abilities walkway.

“The new car park will provide parking spaces for up to 42 vehicles, including disability parking spaces, and provision for coach and motorcycle parking,” Minister Jaensch said.

The works follow the completion of new public toilets at the site in 2019.

Other works completed by the Rockliff Liberal Government at the Bruny Island Neck include a new beach access walkway, replacement of the iconic staircase, a new public toilet and car park.

The Request For Tender documents are available at

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