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Interesting facts to be read of this relocated Lighthouse.
Great subject for a photo with nice views of the harbour back towards town. Also interesting to walk around the cemetery which is across the road.
Akaroa is a delightful town located by a beautiful harbour. Following the waterfront road, we come to an old lighthouse which has been relocated here. There is easy access and parking. The lighthouse is in great condition, but it also set on a point with...More
I reached Akaroa lighthouse by few minutes walking from the cruise port terminal. Unfortunately, I wasnt able to get inside the lighthouse. Though for me the beauty of its exterior is a wonderful view already. A must see structure.
After our doing the peninsula mail tour, I was able to walk from the town center and visit the Akaroa light house. The original light house was first established in 1880. This lighthouse was moved from Akaroa head in 1980 by a preservation group. This...More
I have always been attracted to lighthouses as my grandfather ran the lighthouse on an island just out from Auckland, Tiritiri Matangi which is now a bird sanctuary and well worth the visit also. This one wasn't open but i loved the view and took...More
Only open Sundays after 11am, so we had to wait to take the tour, but the couple who manage this were interesting and informative. Great fund to be able to actually climb up and look out across the harbour. Kids loved it. (There is a...More
This gem enticed me. I wandered down through the Gardens of Tane and arrived at the lighthouse. Fortunately it was open. Welcomed in, hesitantly gazing at the stairs and fascinated by the mechanisms in front of me, I was invited to "go on up" and...More