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Built in 1847 by Ben Boyd as a lighthouse for his own ships, it was never used for this purpose as the government of the day said if he lit it, he'd have to light it every night.
It was then used as a lookout...More
A great bit of history hidden in the bush. You have to pay for park entry with a sort of honesty system, but unless you have correct change you will either have to chance it or pay what you have. Lots of wildlife on an...More
My last visit was about 20 years ago and things have vastly improved. There’s a sealed 18km drive from the Princes Highway through pleasant forest and then a parking lot for a bus and about 10 cars. There’s an information board and WC and an...More
Easy access. Was able to take my elderly mother to the tower as the walk was well setup.
Views were spectacular. Shame we couldn’t get to the top of the tower.
Well worth the visit.
Paying park fees was well worth it.