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Description: Experience the view from Australia’s most significant lighthouse (1848), 91 metres above the surging waters of Bass Strait and the Southern Ocean. Tour the 1859 Telegraph Station and other historic buildings. Spend time with our guides as they share stories and bring history alive. Discover the Aboriginal Talking Hut and join in on a bush tucker talk. Whale watching May to October.
Type of operation: Lighthouse tours/accommodation/café.
Location: 3 hours 30 minutes from Melbourne via the Great Ocean Road.
Opening times: From 9am-5pm daily (last entry 4.30pm).
Facilities: Accommodation available in original keepers’ cottages. Licensed café - homemade meals and refreshments.