DescriptionSouth Solitary Island Light is an active lighthouse on South Solitary Island, an island within the Solitary Islands Marine Park, about 15 kilometres northeast of Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia. The lighthouse is located at the summit of the island.
The "Xanadu" next to Coffs Harbour is only open for two weekends a year, miss it? Wait another year! South Solitary Island is near Coffs Harbour and has a strong sense of history. You can visit the island only on two weekends in June or July a year. It is like a pearl carefully protected, it is hard to see its true content. Helicopter landing is also a highlight. Sitting on the plane, you can overlook the entire Coffs Harbour, the blue coast, and the smart seagulls. South Solitary Island is like an isolated island in the ocean. Time really slows down. We landed on the island for 2 hours, blown on the lighthouse, and looked at the deep blue sea. There are dolphins. This is an unimaginable beauty. , It feels like 30 minutes have passed, making people nostalgic, endless aftertaste, is a precious memory that will be recalled from the mind forever. South Solitary Island Light The lonely tower guard South Solitary Island Light is a lighthouse on the island. It is very famous. We have heard stories of tower guards before. They usually live in a family and control the light of the lighthouse manually. Years, day after day, usually the father’s business is passed down from generation to generation. It is only until the emergence of automation in the 1970s that the tower guard retreats from the stage of history. The tower guard is a lonely profession, South Solitary Island Shelters isolated from the mainland provide directions for passing ships. South Solitary Island gives people a kind of peace and weight that hits the soul directly. It makes people feel safe, trustworthy, relaxed, and peaceful. I really want to go there every year and empty the recycle bin in my heart. It is also a paradise for diving enthusiasts. South Solitary Island is one of the best areas for diving on the east coast of Australia. The surrounding waters are breeding areas for grey nurse sharks. Diving enthusiasts come to dive nearby and look for sharks all year round. The nearby marine life is also very rich, coral and tropical fish species are very rich, you must pay attention to safety when diving. Summary: A place to go once in a lifetime, and a place to reminisce about a lifetime.
Will you miss the beautiful seaside town? Today is the third day of our trip in Tuao. We are going to Coffs Harbour. As far as I know, the resorts and apartments in Coffs Harbour are places that some family travelers want to be passionate about. There are many cafes and restaurants. We can buy exquisite gifts there, as well as some nature reserves and playgrounds. This time we went to South Solitary Island. There is an iconic building on this island that is the lighthouse. Then he doesn’t need tickets. You can enjoy watching here. We arrived here in the afternoon, and then we Attracted by this lighthouse, this lighthouse is like a lighthouse in Haihuangli, and it gives people directions and lists. We get off the car and take pictures here. The beautiful scenery blends with the coastline. There is also a place to live on the road. It is not very convenient to travel here without a self-driving car. Then the facilities and environment on the island are very good. You can live unscrupulously here. There is also a gym and a swimming pool. It's ok, you can go snorkeling while lying on the deck chair to watch the scenery. We booked a homestay on the Internet, and when we arrived, we first listened to you to put things, and then went to the lighthouse to see the scenery. This is a very suitable place for people to live in. Your environment is very tidy and clean. It can make people feel refreshed. If you want to travel to Tuao, which places are necessary, South Solitary Island in Coffs Harbour, which is traveling by car, must be a place in the recommended directory. Address: 77 Aviation Drive, Coffs Harbour, New South Wales 2450, Australia Tel: +(61)0266529988