Caloundra Lighthouses

The lighthouses mark the entry to Moreton Bay and the North West Channel

Caloundra Lighthouses

The Caloundra Lighthouses mark the entry to Moreton Bay and the North West Channel, the main shipping route into Brisbane. The 1896 lighthouse is the oldest surviving building in Caloundra and was replaced by the new Signal Station, Light and Radar Installation in 1968. The Friends of Caloundra Lighthouses provide guided tours of the buildings, allowing visitors to explore these icons and learn more about the part they played in the history of the town.

3–6 Canberra Terrace,


Open: Second and fourth Saturday of the month 9am to 3pm or by appointment.

Cost: Adults $2. Children free.

07 5491 7654

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