Warburto Point Light
The Warburto Point Light replaced the Tiparra Reef Lighthouse.
Warburto Point is a headland about 12 kilometres south west of the town of Wallaroo. Since 1995, it has been the site of a navigation aid in the form of a light tower which was commissioned to replace the lighthouse on Tiparra Reef
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This site was never manned.
|Location||Latitude: 34° 00.390' S
Longitude: 137° 33.040' E
|Current Optic||Vega VRB-25|
|Auxilary Light||Tideland RLED-355 20 degree RED LED over Tiparra Reef
Isophase 5.0 secs 18,165 cd
|Demanned||Built as an unmanned light|
|Construction||Red lattice tower surmounted by white size 4 GRP hut|
|Range||Nominal: 18 nm Geographical: 17 nm|
|Character||Isophase 5.0 secs|
|Light Source||12V 50W C8 Halogen|
|Notes||As at 2016|
The lighthouse grounds are open all year round. The tower is not open to the public.
No tours are available.