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Was looking forward to the walk to the lighthouse. Even though the singage says relatively flat note there are quite alot of stairs and some are quite high and steep.
Arriving at the lighthouse is disappointing as its covered in grafitti and in a pretty...More
If in the Culburra area heading to Crookhaven Heads Lighthouse is not only a beautiful walk it has lots of wildlife to see. It is not unusual to see seals, dolphins and at the right times of the year whales. The light house isn't that...More
Pretty easy casual walk to the lighthouse, is a few steps so not good for low mobility,beautiful area and nice views, can get a bit chilly in winter so if going in the afternoon take a jumper, is some good fishing spots around too.
A flat and easy walk from the centre of Culburra, head out for the views (although better from the end of Penguin Head Road) than the lighthouse - which is a somewhat unwarranted description for the decrepit structure that one of our kids described as...More
What makes this great are the picnic tables and the amazing views! Take a picnic and a bottle of wine and you'll lunch with a brilliant view over either Culburra Beach or Greenwell Point. Nice walks around the headland as well.
While the Crookhaven Lighthouse itself is now in considerable disrepair, the views from the lighthouse area over the ocean are spectacular and worth the effort. It is an easy short walk from the car parking area to the lighthouse reserve.
The Crooky Lighthouse itself doesn't have a great deal to offer these days, but the setting is magnificent.
Just a few steps from the near-derelict building are two viewing platforms affording a truly stunning outlook over a magnificent vista. The northernmost one looks out to...More
If you drive up to the parking lot then you walk along the path down stairs and then up the stairs on the other side. Some parts are quite steep stairs and can be a bit slippery after rain. There are two viewing platforms one...More