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the tour of the lighthouse is a must. The guide was informative and explained the place of the lighthouse in history and maritime navigation. If you visit Point Lonsdale and Queenscliffe you will notice the lighthouses and wonder what is their function. There is a...More
This is a lovely lighthouse at the end of the point. Good carparking and toilet facilities at the bottom. Wheelchair accessible to the lighthouse. Views are wonderful from down the coast to the west or out to ‘the heads’ and back towards Melbourne.
Great lighthouse that you can actually go and have a tour through on listed days of the year (see pics).
The walk up is easy and wheelchair friendly. Views out to either ‘the heads’ or strident down the beach to the west or directly out...More
Run by volunteers and only open on a Sunday and limited numbers so good idea to book. Tour was about half hour. Heaps of history of the heads and the role of lighthouse over time. Knowledgeable and enthusiastic guide who really made the tour. Getting...More
Situated on the coastline a short drive out of Geelong City this lighthouse is a reminder of the beginnings of the ports of Geelong and Melbourne and the dangerous passage for ships through the narrow entrance into Port Phillip Bay. We witnessed a cargo ship...More
Visited on Monday 19th February. Parked the car nearby and went for a look at the Lighthouse, it is a working lighthouse and not open to the public. There are walking tracks as well where you can go exploring the coastline.
This Attraction carries a long history attached to it . That alone makes it worth the visit . However The views are quite spectacular and there is a Maritime Museum worth looking through. There is a $10.00 fee for the experience which goes to the...More