Cape Byron Lighthouse

Built of concrete blocks in 1901, the Cape Byron Lighthouse stands on the most easterly point of the Australian mainland.

Lighthouse, Cape Byron, New South Wales, Australia

Lighthouse, Cape Byron – Australia’s most easterly lighthouse

Lighthouse, Cape Byron, New South Wales, Australia

Lighthouse, Cape Byron, New South Wales, Australia

Lighthouse, Cape Byron, New South Wales, Australia

Lighthouse, Cape Byron

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Split Point Lighthouse

The Split Point Lighthouse is situated at Aireys Inlet, just off the Great Ocean Road, in Victoria, Australia. It was originally called Eagles Nest Point. The lighthouse was built in 1891 and it still uses the original British made Fresnel lens.  In 1919 it began to operate automatically.

Split Point Lighthouse, Aireys Inlet, Victoria, Australia

Split Point Lighthouse, Aireys Inlet – Once known as the White Queen

Split Point Lighthouse, Aireys Inlet, Victoria, Australia

Split Point Lighthouse, Aireys Inlet

Split Point Lighthouse, Aireys Inlet, Victoria, Australia

Split Point Lighthouse, Aireys Inlet – Just off the Great Ocean Road

Eagle Rock, Split Point, Victoria, Australia

Eagle Rock – Just off Split Point, Victoria, Australia