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The Burrewarra Point Lighthouse near Batemans Bay

The Burrewarra Lighthouse was first exhibited in 1974.

The Burrewarra Point Lighthouse at dusk [Photograph: Annette Flotwell]
The Burrewarra Point Lighthouse at dusk

Photograph: Annette Flotwell


Operation

LOCATION: Latitude 35°50' S , Longitude 150°14' E (Map)
OPERATOR: Australian Maritime Safety Authority
EXHIBITED: 1974
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POWER SOURCE: Solar with Battery Backup
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ELEVATION: 62 Metres
RANGE: 17 nm ( km)
HEIGHT: 10 Metres
AUTOMATED: 1974 as designed
DEMANNED: Never Manned
DEACTIVATED: No
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Several views of the Burrewarra Point Lighthouse [Photograph: Grant Maizels] Several views of the Burrewarra Point Lighthouse [Photograph: Grant Maizels]
Several views of the Burrewarra Point Lighthouse
Photograph: Grant Maizels

History

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

It was converted to solar in 1984.

Access

NEAREST TOWN: Batemans Bay
DISTANCE: 25 km (Batemans Bay)
: 175 km (Canberra)
: 310 km (Sydney)
ACCESS: Public car park at end of Burri Point Rd, from there a 20 minute walk
TOURS: No
ACCOMMODATION: No

The Burrewarra Point Lighthouse [Photograph: Ian Clifford]
The Burrewarra Point Lighthouse
Photograph: Ian Clifford


The Surrounding Area


Burrewarra Point Lighthouse from the air
Photograph: Winsome Bonham


Features

 

Other Burrewarra Point Sites


Special Thanks to:

  • Annette Flotwell for Photograph
  • Grant Maizels for Photographs
  • Ian Clifford for Photographs
  • Winsome Bonham for Photograph

Sources:

  • Nature Coast Tourism
  • Australia Maritime Safety Authority

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