Traveling to Australia, this stop came to Hobart, the capital of Tasmania, to visit Bruny Island. Bruny Island Lighthouse is located at the southwestern corner of South Bruny National Park on South Bruny. Built in 1838, the lighthouse is the fourth oldest lighthouse in Australia and the longest-served lighthouse in Australia. Now this is a scenic spot in South Bruny National Park in Beacon City. The surrounding scenery is beautiful. You can climb the tower for a fee and have a tour guide. There is only one road to the gate of the lighthouse when climbing up, and it is all up and down. Usually the wind is very strong, so pay attention to safety.
But the weather is changeable. It will rain for a while, there will be hail, and the super strong wind. I have never experienced such a wind in my life. When the weather is bad, be sure to wait a little longer, because the wind will blow away the dark clouds in a while. See pictures and talk
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Once in my life, I will come to the southernmost point of Australia and the southernmost point of the world.
When you go to Tasmania, you must visit Bruny Island. The most beautiful scenery on the island is in South Bruny. The lighthouse is the southernmost point and the opposite is the Antarctic. The scenery is excellent, the sea is clear and the beach is white. There is also oyster lamb, which is very delicious
It feels like a lighthouse in to the moon, and River may live in a small house next to it! I went to the viewing platform of the neck of Bruny Island and closed it. I only went to the southernmost lighthouse. It is across the sea from Antarctica. Here you can also clearly see the difference in color between the two sides. There are many hares in the grass around the lighthouse.
The road to the lighthouse was fraught with potholes so gad to negotiate these carefully. However when I got to the lighthouse it was all worth it. The walk along the path to lighthouse is quite st...
We were lucky to arrive before gates were locked (5pm) the road in was VERY badly potholed shredded a tyre. Having said that the views from the lighthouse were spectacular
We drove out here through the lovely Tasmanian scenery. It’s quite a drive, but you can do it. It’s an unsealed road but suitable for 2wd. There is a small fee to enter the lighthouse but it’s not for...
This is a must visit when in the island. The lighthouse is historical and you can climb to the top for panorama views of the island. The short walk up the slope to the lighthouse was great too.
There was a multitude of special birds and a huge group of Black Cockatoos. The view from the summit was glorious