Burrewarra Point Lighthouse

The Burrewarra Lighthouse was first exhibited in 1974.

History

The Burrewarra Lighthouse was first exhibited in 1974 and was powered from batteries charged from the mains.

 In 1984 it was converted to solar power, with battery backup.

Also at Burrewarra Point are the remains of concrete igloo buildings of No. 17 Radar Station used by the RAAF during World War II.

© All images are copyright of their respective photographers and are not to be used without permission.

Warden Head

Warden Head
Warden Head
Deering St, Ulladulla NSW 2539, Australia
Warden Head
Direction

Burrewarra Point

Burrewarra Point
Burrewarra Point
Unnamed Road, Guerilla Bay NSW 2536, Australia
Burrewarra Point
Direction

Montague Island

Montague Island
Montague Island
Unnamed Road, New South Wales, Australia
Montague Island
Direction

Technical Details

First Exhibited1974
Permanent Tower
Current Tower
StatusActive
LocationLat. 35°50' S , Long. 150°14' E
Original Optic
Current Optic
Automated
Demanned
Construction
Height10m
Elevation62m
Range17 NM
Character
Intensity
Light Source
Power SourceSolar with Battery Backup
OperatorAMSA
Custodian
Notes

  NB: Information is historical data and is not for navigational purposes.

Access

The lighthouse is a 700 metre walk from the end of Burri Point Road, Guerilla Bay. About 20 km south of Batemans Bay.

Site Access

The site is open but not the tower.

Tours

No

Accommodation

No

Museum

No