I love lighthouses and I have been visiting this lighthouse since I was a small child. Whenever I am in the area I try to visit again.
The road to get there is gravel (unsealed), a little windy and narrow in places, but it is worth it. Just watch out for on coming vehicles in places. The car park to get to the lighthouse is at the end of the road.
Then there is a 5 to 20 minute walk, depending on how fast you walk to the light house itself. The walk takes longer now than it use to as they had to move the car park down the road due to the number of people going to the lighthouse now.
You can go right up to the lighthouse and there is a viewing platform in front of it that looks straight out to the nuggets below. The track to the lighthouse is narrow (although a lot wider than it was when I was a child) with a bank on one side and cliff on the other, so hold onto any little ones.
As you go along the track do stop and look down towards the water, there is often lots of seals playing in the rock-pools. If you have binoculars take them with you.
I suggest you take a coat with you. Even if it is a nice day. When you get to the lighthouse, it is completely exposed and the wind can wipe through. So if you want to be able to watch the seals and spend time taking in the amazing scenery the coat would be useful.
You will get beautiful views and it is definitely worth a visit.
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