Norah Head Lighthouse

Norah Head Lighthouse was purposely built from 1901 to 1903 to protect ships travelling between Sydney and Newcastle with vital cargo and passengers. Perched on the headland, the lighthouse takes in magnificent ocean vistas and is the Central Coast’s most spectacular icon. A walking track skirts around the lighthouse side and leads to stairs that climb down to the rock platform below and to Lighthouse Beach.

info@norahheadlighthouse.com.au Norah Head Lighthouse, Bush Street, Norah Head NSW, Australia