Brier Island is located on the west side of Nova Scotia forming part of the Digby Neck across St. Mary's Bay from Digby, Nova Scotia, Canada. The unmanned lighthouse on Brier Island stands 18 metres tall and is of an octagon shape with 3 red rings around it. The wetlands on the island are home to 40 different species of wild orchids. Time your seasons. At low tide the rocky shoreline reveals itself for exploration.
Brier Island (Western Point) Lighthouse adventures, and activities most enjoyed include sightseeing, beachcombing, birding (birdwatching) and wildlife watching.
Because when you are exploring Nova Scotia and you do not conduct a self guided lighthouse tour at sometime during your trip you are not exploring Nova Scotia. Luckily when in Digby, Nova Scotia there are a few to select from.
Not much for amenities here. The only features, amenities, services and exhibits located in and around Brier Island (Western Point) Lighthouse includes some parking and green space.