Lighthouses of Australia
In the latest issue of the Prism magazine:
Cape Schanck Birthday Celebrations by Janice Haynes
Cape Schanck: A History by Ian Clifford
The Lens of the Cape Schanck Lighthouse by Garry Searle
AGM 2019 Details and Program Options
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Website Updates and News
- June 20 2019 Update Cape Jaffa page
- April 4 2019 Added a video to the Pine Islet page
- February 27 2019 Updated Warden Head Lighthouse page with LED detail and new images
- December 18 Updated images for Barranjoey Head Lighthouse
- December 17 Updated images for Nelson Head Inner Lighthouse
- December 15 Updated Vaucluse Leading Lights, Grotto Point and Parriwi Lights
- November 2 Updated images and added a video on Norah Head Lighthouse
Royal Sovereign LighthouseLess than 50 years after it was constructed, the Royal Sovereign Lighthouse, in the English Channel, is to be dismantled.The Royal Sovereign lighthouse is located 11 km offshore from Eastbourne in the English Channel. It has marked the Royal...read more
Cape Schanck is 160 years old and celebrations will be held on June 29 and 30.read more
Precision Helicopters are offering all LOA members (proof of membership required) a free poster of an aerial photo of South Solitary Island Lighthouse with each booking. They also said that if there were sufficient LOA members book, they could do an...read more
Some of you will remember that 4 years ago I raised Lighthouses of Australia's concerns about the placement of an ANZAC logo on the Kiama lighthouse. Many of you like me will not be surprised to learn its now being proposed that the ANZAC logo be made permanent....read more
The Friends of Maatsuyker Island, Wildcare Inc. (FOMI) run occasional boat trips to Maatsuyker Island to provide support to the Tasmania Parks & Wildlife Service (PWS) Volunteer Caretakers and the island operations. Boat landings are only planned for late...read more
Refurbished historic lighthouse keepers' cottages on the NSW mid-north coast have re-opened for short-stay accommodation, offering a unique holiday experience at the Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse at Seal Rocks. National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) Area Manager,...read more