View of lightstation grounds. Verandah faces west. Few steps walk to magnificent views of Bass Straight and the rugged coast line. Large grass playing area. air conditioned
This 1929 Red brick cottage was built to give the Light house Keepers family indoor bathrooms, Toilet and Laundry facilities. The old fashioned Pull the Lightcords are still in place. Eight people can sleep in two queens size beds and four singles in three large bedrooms. There is a separete toilet shower and bath in the bathroom, a full kitchen with all the modern facilities. The lounge room has reverse cycle heating and cooling and also the open fire place has been restored. You enter via a Sun Room which is very cosy in the winter. A two minute walk and you are standing under the Lighthouse over looking Bass Straight 80 metres above sea level. It is recommended you bring you own porta cot if needed.