Montague Island Nature Reserve
The lighthouse is located within Montague Island Nature Reserve. Whales, seals, dolphins and turtles are regularly seen around the island, and there are penguins and other seabirds on the island. The lighthouse itself is operated by the Australian Marine Safety Authority.
Tower Height: 69
Height of Focal Plane: 262
Characteristic and Range: White flash every 7.5 seconds.
Description of Tower: Conical granite tower with white lantern.
This light is operational
Date Established: 1881
Date Present Tower Built: 1881
Date Automated: 1986
Optics: 1881: First order Fresnel lens, now on display at Narooma Visitor Centre. Now equipped with a modern solar powered optic.
Some artifacts and photos from the lighthouse, along with its Fresnel lens, are on display at the Narooma Lighthouse Museum, attached to the Narooma Visitors Centre. Phone: (02) 4476 2881; Address: Princes Hwy, Narooma 2546, Australia.
Tours to Montague Island are available from Narooma. Contact the Narooma Visitors Centre. Phone: (02) 4476 2881; Address: Princes Hwy, Narooma 2546, Australia.
Nearby Lodging: Tour and accommodation packages are available. Guests stay in the former keeper's house. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +61 3 5330 2000.