Point Perpendicular Lighthouse, perched on the dramatic cliffs overlooking Jervis Bay in Nowra-Bomaderry, offers not only breathtaking panoramic views of the coastline but also a fascinating glimpse into maritime history.

The lighthouse itself is an architectural marvel, standing tall and white against the azure sky. Built in 1899, it has guided countless ships and vessels safely through the treacherous waters of Jervis Bay for over a century.

Visitors to Point Perpendicular Lighthouse can take in the awe-inspiring views of the Tasman Sea and the rugged coastline from its vantage point. The picturesque setting makes it an ideal spot for photography, and you might even spot dolphins or whales in the bay during their migration season.

While the lighthouse is the main attraction, the surrounding area also offers opportunities for exploration. There are walking trails that lead to secluded coves and beaches, allowing you to experience the natural beauty of the region up close.

The lighthouse is situated within the Beecroft Weapons Range, so it’s essential to check for access restrictions and opening times before planning your visit.

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