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Point Hicks Lighthouse

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Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed August 13, 2016 via mobile

There is about a four km return walk from the carpark if the gate to the light house is closed. The walk is up hill in parts but follows the coast and provides some nice views. The views are good at the lighthouse and there is another short walk to the wreck of the SS Saros, though this could be...

Thank ashleyvan
Geelong, Australia
Reviewed October 21, 2015

Was everything id hoped it would be nature at its best whales dolphins seals wombats marsupials. Had a great kayak trip down the wilderness coast spotted dingoes on the beach. Bungalow is basic but all you need great wood fire views of base straight. Tour of the lighthouse and information provided on history was great, very friendly and interested lighthouse...

Thank Allan K
Sydney, Australia
Reviewed September 2, 2015

This is a place to contemplate the sea, sky, and spot some whales. The lighthouse is an hour down a dirt road in a remote part of Gippsland in Victoria so pick up supplies in Cann River or better still a bigger town elsewhere before you go in - cos it's a long way to the shop if you want...

2Thank hazeltrek
Mornington, Australia
Reviewed February 18, 2015

My grandfather was the chief engineer on the SS Saros when it was shipwrecked at Point Hicks on 23rd Dec 1937. So a visit to see the remains of the wreck and stay in the lighthouse keepers cottage was a must for us. And long overdue! It was fantastic. What a beautiful, secluded area and the lighthouse and surrounding buildings...

3Thank Debbie S
Reviewed December 9, 2014 via mobile

The drive to get there is 20 km of gravelled road. We figured it was not easy to drive with a campervan. Luckily it wasn't too busy. It's a big climb. Little bit of a hike. Estimated 600 steps. But the view is spectacular. Once you get to the top you will be able to see the green fields on...

2Thank 62theab
Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed September 29, 2014

We had one night in Cottage 2, would recommend at least 2 nights! The cottage is the original assistant lighthouse keepers cottage and is beautifully maintained. Very comfortable and clean, we all enjoyed a peaceful nights sleep listening to the the waves. Loved sitting on the veranda and watching for passing whales, even saw some breaching. Seals were sunning themselves...

1Thank Sharon R
Reviewed April 19, 2013

Our second visit to Point Hicks Lighthouse. It's out of the way, no mobile reception, so it's a great escape. Our host was Susie and she made us feel right at home. We went as a group of 6 friends and found all the facilities we needed (although don't expect to many mod-cons). We all slept wonderfully from the sea...

1Thank Douglas A
Avoca Beach, Australia
Reviewed November 25, 2012

We enjoyed 1 night in 'The Cape Bungalow' - probably converted from storage rooms. It offered a combined kitchen, dining, lounge, separate queen size bedroom - the bathroom located a short walk outside via the fantastic coastal views. The view from the kitchen window was of the ocean and directly at the lighthouse. The facilities were basic but comfortable. We...

3Thank GnAW480
Reviewed October 13, 2011

We stayed one night at the cottage at Point Hicks. Barbara was our guide, and she greeted us like old friends and even helped us unload the car. The house was made up so that we could just settle in. We couldn't believe that we could just sit on the front verandah and look up at the most beautiful lighthouse....

5Thank Jenny F
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Additional Information about Point Hicks Lighthouse

Address: Point Hicks Road, Cann River, Victoria 3890, Australia
Location: Australia > Victoria > Gippsland > Cann River
Price Range: $164 - $246 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 3
Also Known As:
Point Hicks Lighthouse Cann River, Victoria
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“Bungalow sleeps two there is also family accommodation available.”
835allank, Oct 21, 2015 | Read review
“There are 2 sides to the lighthouse keepers cottage. Both sleep 8 people and have kitchen, dining room, lounge, bathroom etc,”
545debbies, Feb 18, 2015 | Read review
“All rooms are great”
638SharonR, Sep 29, 2014 | Read review
“The 'Bungalow' is great for couples, although does not have a verandah to sit outside under if the weather is not so good. The 2 duplex cottages are much larger, have an inside bathroom & a shared verandah. Regardless of where you stay - the views are amazing.”
GnAW480, Nov 25, 2012 | Read review
“Room adjoining next cottage has thin walls, loud conversations can be heard.”
jennyf622, Oct 13, 2011 | Read review
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