Caloundra Lighthouses, Kings Beach

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Lighthouse · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Caloundra Lighthouses are a heritage-listed pair of lighthouses at 3 Canberra Terrace, near Arthur Street, Kings Beach, Caloundra, Sunshine Coast Region, Queensland, Australia. The first, known as the Old Caloundra Light, was designed by Francis Drummond Greville Stanley and built in 1896; the second, New Caloundra Light, was built in 1968. They were added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 5 February 2010.
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  • It was interesting seeing the two different types of lighthouses, the only down fall was we werenโ€™t able to enter to have a look due to COVID-19 restrictions.  more »
  • Visited the lighthouses during the week, forgot they only open on Saturday mornings. You get a great view of the area from standing there, can't wait to go inside and check out the lighthouse.  more »
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  • Lovely view. Can see Glass house mountains to west and beaches to east. Would be great to go up in light house but it is locked. Interesting to read who were the lighthouse keepers. Car park.
  • The Friends of Calounda Ladies & Gents were very helpful & full of knowledge ๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ‘ Absolutely awesome spot for photo opportunities!
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