Cape St George Lighthouse, Jervis Bay

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Lighthouse · Hidden Gem · Historic Site
Cape St George Lighthouse was a lighthouse that stood near Jervis Bay Village, Jervis Bay Territory, Australia. It was located about 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) south of the southern entrance to Jervis Bay. Constructed in 1860 it was active until 1889. The tower was destroyed between 1917-1922 to avoid confusion in daylight. The ruins remain and are listed on the Commonwealth Heritage List.

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  • Located in Booderee National Park, park entrance fees apply, is a drive along sealed and unsealed roads within the park to parking lot around 400m from lighthouse ruins. Easy and relatively level...  more »
  • Worth doing if your already in the National park and seeing the other sights. Road there is full of potholes and very dusty, but still fine for 2wd. Interesting history, and a little morbid.  more »
  • It s really beautiful. If you like to drive on a dirt road just to look out from the cliff. This is the place you wants to go. It's quite windy up there so bring an extra jacket or something wouldn't hurt. It's pretty quiet and not so many people goes up there
  • Great history. Trees along path need trimming back as they have fallen onto path. Beautiful spot for sight seeing 😀
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