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Point Hicks Lighthouse

Situated deep within the Croajingolong National Park the Point Hicks Light House offers a unique holiday experience that combines pristine natural beauty and numerous leisure activities available within the park with the history and grandeur of the lighthouse tower.

Traveling through the park and along the coast it would look much the same today as when Captain Cook first sighted it in 1770. In his journal on the Endeavour he describes the landscape thus: “..With the first daylight this morn the land was seen, it made in sloping hill covered in part with trees and bushes, but interspersed with large tracts of sand…I have named it point Hicks because Lieutenant (Zachariah) Hicks was the first to discover this land..” April 19th 1770.

So come on a voyage of your own: stay in the historic cottages, climb the tower, walk the coastline or just sit on your verandah and watch the seals and whales

? Missed out on a camping spot this year? Why not stay in the cottages with accommodation for up to 8 people ?

Check cottage availability and to book on line – click here

No bookings are required for the campground until the Easter/school holiday period. For bookings at that time submit an application: campingapplicationapril-2017

A ballot for these sites was conducted in early February. A second ballot will be drawn in the first week of March. Multiple sites are still available.

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Phone – 03 51584268 or

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The Lighthouse

Point Hicks Lighthouse

“I have named it Point Hicks because Lieutenant [Zachariah] Hicks was the first to discover this land”. Captain James Cook, April 19, 1770.“more>>>

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