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This is beyond any word can describe the nature of beauty!
The lighthouse is super small :)
But we can seen several dolphins swimming around.
People took their drones for a much better view.
I love this place would come back for sure.
The lighthouse stands alone on this wind swept headland with a lot of history. It is not the main feature here as the view is insane. If the weather permits, take a picnic and sit under a pandanus pam tree and watch the whales buzz...More
Fingal Head is one of those lovely unspoilt spots that is becoming extremely popular with both locals and day trippers from the Gold Coast.
The parking is a problem as there are limited spaces and most of them are taken up by customers of the...More
A short walk from the nearby car-park through the scrub takes you to a historical lighthouse up on the headland. Built in Victorian times it filled a vital role in keeping coastal shipping safe. Also of some interest is the headland itself, made of basalt...More
We did this on a weekday, so plenty of parking. Fantastic bush walk, kept cool by the remnant coastal rain forest. Said 500 metres, but seemed quicker, remember the water if hot day, as no facilities when you reach the lighthouse. Also would advise mosquito...More
We have seen a number of lighthouses and this one is not exceptional in any way, but the rock formations on the headland are amazing. Nowhere near as large as Giants Causeway in Ireland, but well worth the short walk out to the headland, and...More
This Lighthouse is still functioning nearly 150 years after it was constructed in 1872: the "VR 1872" (for "Victoria Regina" = "Queen Victoria") is still very much in evidence on the wall of this little lighthouse, as also are the foundations of the lighthouse keeper's...More