Hornby Lighthouse Located at the end of the South Head Heritage Trail and leading into the heart of Sydney. The Hornby Light was erected after the sinking of the Dunbar in which there was only one survivor from 123 people on board. It is sighted at the end of the South Head and is an almost identical one to that first erected. It can be seen for miles from sea and from land and is a great pace to have a wander around. There is a fantastic National Trust House there too which was the Lighthouse Keeper Cottage and has the best views in the world. It is easy enough to walk to and a great place to have a picnic.
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