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We were interested to see the lighthouse, which is well maintained and nice to look at. The location on clifftops means there are safety fences all around so quite difficult to see much of the view. It's an 11km drive along a gravel road.
It's a fair drive & I wouldn't want to do it without a4x4 as it's corrugated for the drive into park. The view is spectacular once there & if you are brave enough (naughty enough) you can creep right to the edge & peer over....More
When we went there, we found nothing interesting. It was just view of ocean which we can have anywhere in the world. People say this place is good for whale watching but sadly we didn't see anything like that. There was nothing fascinating about the...More
Well worth a visit for the views, and the peace and quiet. The road was no challenge but I think would depend on the previous weather conditions. After good rain I would expect to see plenty pot holes and ruts, but for us no problems....More
The road is 'rugged terrain' and the walk is short, but the access is hard and unpleasant. Finally, once you get to the place, there is nothing fascinating here to look except a ocean view. Lighthouse is NOT accessible and nothing around to see.
I wanted to go here as we were staying in the area of Jervis Bay. It is a historical site with the lighthouse being built in 1898 although it has now been replaced by a solar powered steel structure. It is amazing to see the...More
We went for a drive to explore the area and came across this spot. To gain access you have to go past security and show Id as you go through a military area. Security guy was fantastic, supplied maps and pointed out what was worth...More
We all know how awful some dogs and dog people can be - particularly those who insist on traveling with their animals. Unfortunately, it's all too common to encounter someone who thinks of the world as their backyard and, sad to say, dog people are...More