There are two famous lighthouses on the Great Ocean Road: one is the Little Red Riding Hood Lighthouse that has passed by, and the other is the oldest Cape Otway Lighthouse we are going to. It was built in 1848 and is still in use until now. The lighthouse is built on a 80-meter-high seaside cliff facing the intersection of the Bass Strait and the Southern Ocean. At the earliest, the thousands of immigrants from Europe and the Americas spent several months traveling across the ocean to Australia. The Cape Otway was the first they saw. A piece of land, because there was no lighthouse, it caused hundreds of people to die. Later, after several proposals, the lighthouse was built. It is famous because there is a giant lead crystal worth 5 million HKD from the United Kingdom. There used to be a telegraph station during the Second World War, a lighthouse man's hut to find the story of the lighthouse keeper and the telegrapher, and you can watch the whales on the lighthouse and get to see the koala in the forest. There are also many artifacts, such as the red-haired Eric anchor, lighthouse and beacon, signal flagpole, weather station, radar lookout and more.