Cape Jaffa Lighthouse, Kingston SE

4.2
#26 of 116 in Historic Sites in South Australia
Lighthouse · Landmark
Cape Jaffa Lighthouse is a decommissioned lighthouse formerly located on Margaret Brock Reef near Cape Jaffa on the southeast coast of South Australia and whose tower has been located in the town of Kingston SE since 1976. The former lighthouse tower is owned by the National Trust of South Australia, which operates it as a museum. The platform which supported the tower is still in place at Margaret Brock Reef as of 2014.

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  • This lighthouse is just so unique and offers guided tours. You need to make booking prior so if you want a tour make sure you call ( we missed out sadly!) Great stop over if you are on the road...  more »
  • Great views from the top of the lighthouse, enthusiastic and knowledgeable guides and well worth the small entry fee.  more »
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  • Informative. A real education from truly knowledgeable people. Very well done. Well worth a visit and the minimal cost.
  • Unfortunately we where not able to arrange a time to view the museum. Check their FB page or speak to the visitor information team to arrange a time. Still able to see the lighthouse and the life raft from outside the fence.

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