Bradleys Head Lighthouse
Bradley’s Head was named after William Bradley, an officer on the Sirius, guard ship of the First Fleet.
In 1905, due to numerous accidents, a small lighthouse, was built at the tip of Bradley’s Head. It was the first precast concrete lighthouse in Australia.
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|Bradleys Head Rd, Mosman NSW 2088, Australia||Bradleys Head|
|Athol Wharf Rd, Cremorne Point NSW 2088, Australia||Robertsons Point|
|Shark Island, New South Wales, Australia||Shark Island|
|1d Mrs Macquaries Rd, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia||Fort Denison|
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The Bradleys Head Light Tower is located within the Sydney Harbour National Park. You can take a stroll from the Taronga Zoo Wharf or drive down Bradley Head Road. In addition to the lighthouse you can explore the 1839 gun emplacements and the mast from HMAS Sydney.
The tower itself is not open.
The modern role of Sydney Harbour lighthouses – Daily Telegraph November 8, 2017