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Sydney's 7 most beautiful lighthouses, waiting for you to punch in

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[Free Tour]     04 Jul 2020
The southern hemisphere is already in winter, but Sydney in July is still sunny, the weekend is coming, where will Sydney people go to enjoy the leisure time? Today the new fast small editor for everyone to organize the most beautiful around Sydney lighthouse tour introduction, together to feel the winter warm sun under the epic journey through it! lighthouses have an enduring trait that makes the...
Sydney's 7 most beautiful lighthouses, waiting for you to punch in

The southern hemisphere is already in winter, but Sydney in July is still sunny, the weekend is coming, where will Sydney people go to enjoy the leisure time? Today the new fast small editor for everyone to organize the most beautiful around Sydney lighthouse tour introduction, together to feel the winter warm sun under the epic journey through it!

lighthouses have an enduring trait that makes them stand out in Sydney's beautiful buildings.

They basically do the same work as they did decades ago or even centuries ago (despite some technical upgrades): make sure that ships do not run aground on our coral reefs and rocks.

A strong sense of history, as well as a distant mood, attracted people into nature, standing at its feet.


1. Barrenjoey Lighthouse of Barenchoi Lamp Towe 

Sydney's 7 most beautiful lighthouses, waiting for you to punch in

If you want to enjoy the fascinating scenery and the history of Australian TV stars, go to the Barrenjoy Lighthouse.

Situated at the northernmost tip of Sydney, overlooking the spectacular peninsula, palm beach is visible to the east, and the waterside of Pietwater, the Hawkesbury River and Broken Bay to the west.

Apart from its distinctive aesthetic features and 138-year-old history, the sandstone lighthouse, built in 1881, is also the site of a famous television series, the Home and Away, in which the summer bay surf club is located on a nearby beach.

For most Sundays from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., you can visit the lighthouse, oil room and guardian with a guide house, the cost is A $2-5.

Sydney's 7 most beautiful lighthouses, waiting for you to punch in

How to get there: It takes a long way to get there from downtown Sydney. You need to find a car, and even so, it takes you nearly 90 minutes to drive through every suburb of the northern beach. Once you get to the parking lot, real hiking starts. This is a short and steep slope with a kilometer long stone steps and sandy trails.


Hornby Lighthouse 2. Hornby lighthouse 

Sydney's 7 most beautiful lighthouses, waiting for you to punch in

This red and white striped building is arguably Sydney's most lovely lighthouse.

The bright colors and the clearly visible light house give it a hint of carnival vivacity, which is worth your stroll from the Watsons Bay (Watsons Bay) ferry wharf to the Nantou Heritage Trail (South Head Heritage Trail).

The lighthouse and the house of the nearby lamp-keeper were track back until 1858, almost like the handwork of Willy Wonka.

This South Head location is the best spot for whale watching. From Camp Cove, you will pass through many cool stops, from the historic fort to Lady Bay Beach, which It is one of the few officially licensed nude beaches in Sydney.

Sydney's 7 most beautiful lighthouses, waiting for you to punch in

how to get there: from sydney central business district to there. The simplest and most beautiful choice is to take a ferry from the ring wharf to Quatsons Bay wharf, walk along the cobblestone path and walk 20 minutes to the lighthouse.


3. Grottoes Lighting Grotto Point Lighthouse 

Sydney's 7 most beautiful lighthouses, waiting for you to punch in

Halfway from Manley to the Sbitt Coast Walk, you will encounter the dome-shaped building built in 1910, surrounded by a quaint fence on the rocky promontory near Doblod Point (Dobroyd Head).

Together with the headlights and rear lights of the sister lighthouse (just outside a sea) Parriwi Head)(just outside a sea) and their cousin, Vaucluse Bay Range, the grotto lighthouse's construction style earned it the nickname Disney Castle.

You can stroll through the smooth walls and take a break, paying attention to seabirds like cod and white-breasted sea eagles.

Sydney's 7 most beautiful lighthouses, waiting for you to punch in

How to Arrive: From Sydney CBD.

If you want to challenge a 10-kilometer walk, take the ferry from the roundabout wharf to Manley, and then have lunch on the lighthouse on your way to theit Bridge.


4. Macquarie Lighthouse of the Macquarie lighthouse 

Sydney's 7 most beautiful lighthouses, waiting for you to punch in

McCurry Lighthouse (Macquarie Lighthouse) is Australia's oldest and longest running navigation lighthouse.

Settled in 1818, on the cliff of Cape Dunbar (Dunbar Head) in Walker Luce (Vaucluse).

The original structure was designed by prisoner architect Francis Greenway, whose power-pulling device can beam into the sea 35 kilometers away.

As Greenway expected, the low-quality sandstone foundation quickly degenerated, and in 1883 a new lighthouse was built on the site, similar in design to the widely praised lighthouse (so & quot;'s oldest lighthouse & quot; title may be a little exaggerated), along with the building of the lighthouse keeper and assistant's residence, which remains.

You can visit Macquarie Lighthouse on any day of the week or take a 3-5 Australian dollar tour on a given Sunday.

You can climb up 100 steps to the current e-lamp room and look at the fresnel lens that is still guiding the and look out over the sea, looking back at the hazy city skyline.

Sydney's 7 most beautiful lighthouses, waiting for you to punch in

How to get there: Take the ferry from the ring wharf to Watsons Bay, then walk 1.5 kilometers to the scene, or take the traffic pressure and drive 20 minutes to arrive.


5. Cape Bradley lighthouse Bradleys Head 

Sydney's 7 most beautiful lighthouses, waiting for you to punch in

Instead of rising waves, the little lighthouse stands on a quaint wharf near the Bradley Point Theatre in Sydney Harbour National Park, popping out of a green wall.

The little streetlight was very pleasant in the white sail of the leisure boat, and when it came to remind the boat of Lu Hao, it flashed green light and fog.

As you look toward the hazy distant view of the CBD skyline, wave to the roberts Tower over the lighthouse sister tower, Cremon.

The lighthouse is also beautiful, but the Bradleys Head lighthouse built in 1905 has the advantage that it is only one step away from the beautiful Amphitheatre picnic area.

After visiting the lighthouse, you can spend a lazy afternoon fishing here, or take a stroll through the jungle.

Sydney's 7 most beautiful lighthouses, waiting for you to punch in

how to get there: from sydney CBD circle wharf take the ferry to taronga zoo (if you like, also by the way to see the koala), then walk about 20 minutes to the destination.

Take M30 bus from central station or Wynyard station, also can reach the destination in half reasonable time.


Light Fort Denison Light 6. Danisenberg 

Sydney's 7 most beautiful lighthouses, waiting for you to punch in

Although the chubby fellow on the island in the heart of Sydney harbor still retains the elements of militarism -- cannons, gunpowder tanks and majestic stone fortifications -- it is also home to friendly lighthouses. The fort was built in 1841, but the lighthouse still in use was installed in 1913 to replace a gun on the roof. A relatively special lighthouse location, it used to be a hot spot for New Year's parties and dining at the currently closed onsite restaurant. Last year, after the whole fortress was renovated, it was reopened for people to visit and visit at the end of 2019.

Sydney's 7 most beautiful lighthouses, waiting for you to punch in

how to get there: when put into use again, your only real choice is to get there through a public ferry, because private vessels (congratulations on having your own boat) are not allowed to park at the scene.


7. Cape Bailey Lighthouse Cape Baily Lighthouse 

Sydney's 7 most beautiful lighthouses, waiting for you to punch in

The angular Bailey Lighthouse (Cape Bailey Lighthouse) shines just south of Plant Bay (Botany Bay) in Kamai Plant Bay National Park (Kamay Botany Bay National Park).

Of course, the 1950 lighthouse may not be as grand as other lighthouses with a more historical sense, and graffiti artists often appear on its'body', but its location is fascinating and can not be ignored.

The running Kunell Lighthouse stands in the shade of trees near the edge of the cliff, and after a 2.5 kilometer walk from Cape Solander Avenue, you can look from its highest position to the distant sea.

how to get there: from sydney CBD to go there, driving is your best choice, but if you prefer to take public transportation, you can take train to kronula (Cronulla) and then take the bus to the starting point of the road.

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