Port Adelaide Lighthouse, Port Adelaide

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Port Adelaide Lighthouse is a lighthouse located on the North Parade of Port Adelaide. It was first lit in 1869 at the entrance to the Port River near Outer Harbor. In 1901, it was moved to the Neptune Islands and relocated to the current location in 1986. It is listed on the South Australian Heritage Register since 1980. It is lit on Saturdays.
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  • I hadn't been there for a very long time, but since I went nearby, I decided to visit the lighthouse. I like this historical lighthouse and surrounding areas. 
    I hadn't been there for a very long time, but since I went nearby, I decided to visit the lighthouse. I like this historical lighthouse and surrounding areas.  more »
  • Great place to visit in Port Adelaide with fantastic views of the area. You can climb inside at certain times and this is recommended 
    Great place to visit in Port Adelaide with fantastic views of the area. You can climb inside at certain times and this is recommended  more »
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  • A very interesting mini-musem and great views from the top. 🌊 🗼⚓ ⛵ ⛴️
  • Wonderful views and they have just repaired the night lights

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