Troubridge Hill Lighthouse Information
Special wedge shaped clay bricks were custom made to build this unusual lighthouse. It is designed to be resistant to high winds and earthquakes, as in the early 1900's the area experienced numerous earthquakes.
Measuring 32 metres high, Troubridge Hill Lighthouse has a light range of 22 nautical miles and operates off mains electricity with a backup generator.
Wattle Point Wind Farm
Located near Edithburgh the Wattle Point Wind Farm opened in June 2005. The 55 turbines generate..Edithburgh Golf Club
The Edithburgh Golf Club is a Par 70, nine hole 5,598 metre course and has an Australian Course..Edithburgh Playground
The Edithburgh community have worked hard for a number of years to provide the Edithburgh..The Bakehouse Arts and Crafts
The Bakehouse Arts and Crafts shop at Edithburgh offers a wide range of local arts and crafts and..Edithburgh Museum
Edithburgh Museum is a community museum of well defined indoor and outdoor displays tracing the..Edithburgh Tidal Pool
The Edithburgh Tidal Pool provides a safe and unique place to swim.
Originally the tidal pool was..Edithburgh Jetty
Edithburgh Jetty is a diver's paradise, renowned for its spectacular diving and easy access for all..Historic Clan Ranald..
You can find out more about the tragedy of the historic Clan Ranald at the Edithburgh Museum and..Ballywire Farm and Tearooms
Come to Ballywire Farm and Tearooms and experience a fully working farm, see farm animals including..Southern Yorke Peninsula..
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