Lighthouses of Australia
In the latest issue of the Prism magazine:
Light It Up – A New Lighthouse Podcast
Chance Glass – A Family Perspective
Captain Napper, the Superintendent Who Would Not Leave His Post; Even in Death
Goose and Swan Island Lights
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Cape Schanck is 160 years old and celebrations will be held on June 29 and 30.