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platform on wooden piles
cast iron skeletal tower
hexagonal frustum tower with balcony, lantern, central cylinder from keeper's house
Black Diamond Square, Commercial Rd, Port Adelaide SA 5015, Australia
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Fishermen's Wharf Market, South Australian Maritime, National Railway Museum, South Australian Aviation, Hart's Mill
Port Adelaide Lighthouse is a lighthouse located on the North Parade of Port Adelaide. It was first lit in 1869 at the entrance to the Port River near Outer Harbor. In 1901, it was moved to the Neptune Islands and relocated to the current location in 1986. It is listed on the South Australian Heritage Register since 1980. It is lit on Saturdays.
Port Adelaide Lighthouse Wikipedia
Weekdays - 10:00am to 2:00pm
Weekends - 10:30am to 4:00pm
Adult - $1
Children - 50c
Free with South Australian Maritime Museum General Admission.