The Tabusintac Lighthouse is a faux lighthouse that is found in Tabusintac, New Brunswick on the Southwest side of the Tabusintac River Estuary near the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. It functions as an interpretive centre for the area and visitors can climb the tower to view the estuary. Date of construction is not known. While there was once an actual light in the Tabusintac area in the early 1900's known as the Tabusintac Gully Lighthouse, it is not known if this faux light is close to the location of the original lighthouse. Photos taken in October 2017.