MuseumNorah Head Lighthouse
About the museum
Norah Head Lighthouse is the only lighthouse on the Central Coast of New South Wales. It was designed by the architect James Barnet in a style distinctive to NSW lighthouses of the 19th century. The lighthouse site consists of the lightstation, three cottage buildings and a stable, carpark, asphalt track, and a number of small sheds. The lightstation site is listed under NSW State Heritage register, and is managed by the Department of Land and Water Conservation with assistance from the Norah Head Lighthouse Reserve Trust.
 Clifford, I (2000) ‘Once a danger, now safe’ Lighthouses of Australia Project Bulletin
 Department of Land and Water Conservation (2000) ‘Norah Head Lightstation - Plan of Management’ , p.8
 Norah Head Lighthouse Reserve Trust (2007) www.norahheadlighthouse.com.au
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Good work, very interesting.