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Point Hicks Lighthouse, Cann River

Surrounded by Croajingolong National Park in far eastern Victoria stands the Point Hicks Lighthouse with it’s original cottages nestled below. The three bedroom cottages are comfortable, spacious and self contained, sleeping up to eight people per cottage. They boast superb ocean views, cosy wood fires, wide verandahs and that unique lighthouse quarters charm. Camping is also available five kilometres away at two small campgrounds, Thurra River and Mueller Inlet. Sites are nestled amongst tea tree and big old coastal mahogany, each site with its own character and charm. Canoe pristine rivers, catch your evening meal, spy Humpback whales, explore the wreck of the SS Saros or snorkel the West Point. Challenge yourself to the towering dunes or simply relax and dine on the wide verandahs watching the seals, waves, sea eagles and a spectacular summer sunset.

Accommodation Options

Cottages

Historic cottages, self contained sleeping up to six in each.Extra guests can be accommodated.

Bungalow

Self caontained,Sleeps two people and has a separate outside bathroom.

Campground

Bush campground,natural setting, pit toilets, fireplaces, sleeps up to six people per site.

Activites and Experiences at Point Hicks Lighthouse

  • Direct
  • Adult Retreat
  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Child Activity Program
  • Cots Available
  • Cycle/Running Path
  • Equipment Hire
  • Group
  • High Chair
  • Laundry
  • TV/Lounge Area
  • Wood Heater/Pot Belly
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
  • Active
  • Aussie Lifestyle
  • Beach
  • Caravan and Camping
  • Environmental
  • Fishing
  • Flora and Fauna
  • Historic/Heritage
  • National Park
  • Nature based
  • Relaxation
  • Remote
  • Wilderness
  • Wildflower
  • Wildlife
  • Not Available

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