Lighthouses of Australia
In the latest issue of the Prism magazine:
A Look at Japanese Lighthouses by Dirk Selderyk
John Lee Archer’s Legacy – The First Three Lighthouses in Tasmania – Iron Pot, Low Head, Cape Bruny
Friends of South Solitary Island Pop Up Exhibition by Ian Clifford
Ladies of the Lights by Jack Duvoisin
LoA AGM 2020 to be Held in Hobart – A Message from the President
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Website Updates and News
- October 8 2019 Added an Image to the Point Danger page
- October 8 2019 Added an Image to the Bustard Head page
- October 8 2019 Added an Image to the Booby Island page
- 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
Sydney’s lighthouses: a guiding light for 160 years By: Port Authority of NSW Sydney’s heritage-listed lighthouses have been guiding ships to safety over 160 years — and the bright lights of these magnificent towers are still just as essential for keeping...
Celebrating Lighthouse week 145 years since the construction of Lady Elliot Island's Heritage Listed Lighthouse.
The old Point Perpendicular lighthouse alight for International Lighthouse and lightship weekend. After a good clean its 9 sided Chance Bros first order lens trows its looms over Jervis Bay and the Tasman sea. Lighthouses of Australia have operated Point...
Following the AGM, and the CLS re-union held in Brisbane. Several members visited the Caloundra lighthouses.
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has transferred 12 coastal lightstation properties, many with heritage listed buildings, to the Tasmanian Government. The Lights include: Cape Bruny Eddystone Point Low Head Goose Island Cape Sorell Tasman Island Table...
After 124 years the South Channel Pile Light, on Port Phillip Bay is to be given a new lease of life. The light has been lighted off it's piles and taken by barge to Melbourne where it will be restored. Once restored it is to be re-established at at the...