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Point Moore Lighthouse

Constructed by Chance Brothers of Birmingham, England, using prefabricated cast-iron, the Point Moore Light was lit for the first time on 19 March 1878.  On completion, Point Moore was Australia’s fourth tallest lighthouse, its total height above the ground being 114 feet or 34 metres. 

Standing 34 metres high, its beam can be seen 26km out to sea.  The Point Moore lighthouse is the oldest surviving Commonwealth lighthouse in Western Australia, it is still in operation today and its beam can be seen 26 kilometres out to sea.

The Point Moore Lighthouse is an iconic Geraldton landmark.