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We drove to the lighthouse. It was easy to spot the lighthouse as it was quite high.
It is made in steel. At the very top it shows where the wind comes from. Nearby the top, there is room to walk around the McCrae lighthouse....More
We had a table of eight, five adults and three kids and the staff went out of there way to make sure all our food come at the same time and all meals were fantastic. Being a BYO makes the service so much quicker and...More
A highlight of our evening walks over New Year 2018 was the coloured lighting of the McCrae Lighthouse each night.
The actual lighthouse may have been decommissioned some time ago but it remains a beacon for us on our holiday particularly in the evenings.
Over the last couple of years the McCrae Lions have turned this local landmark into a night time extravaganza. The club decided to computerise the lighthouse, by installing a lighting system, which can be programmed to any colour combination. It is now used to promote...More
Located on Point Nepean Road adjacent to the McCrae Yacht Club this is an interesting lighthouse that happens to be quite old and at 33.5 meters the tallest structure on Port Phillip Bay. It was originally built in 1854 and then replaced with the current...More