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SUGARLOAF POINT LIGHTHOUSE WALK

Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse at Seal Rocks on the central NSW coast is one of the state's best known heritage lightstations.

The light's operation is today fully automated and visitors can explore the precinct via a 500m short stroll along a track leading up to the lighthouse from a forest carpark at the rear of the Seal Rocks village.

Overnight accommodation is also available in the restored lightkeepers quarters.

As part of the site restoration process in 2008, we undertook an interpretation plan for the site and completed the interpretive signage for the precinct.

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