Cape Don Light Station is an active lighthouse on Cape Don, on the tip of the Cobourg Peninsula, Northern Territory, Australia. It is Australia's northernmost traditional lighthuose. The tower was constructed in 1915-1917, during the "Golden Age of Australian Lighthouses" and the tower was manned until 1983. The complex consists of the lighthouse, three residences and ancillary buildings. It took 3 years to built this lighthouse because of the isolated terrain and materials from Melbourne.