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Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse

Set against the bushland backdrop of Myall Lakes National Park, the popular lighthouse cottages provide a unique coastal escape for a small intimate wedding. Fully self-contained with all the conveniences required for a comfortable stay, while you relax with a drink and the spectacular views of Seal Rocks in the foreground and Broughton Island to the south.

Originally constructed in 1875 by colonial architect James Barnet, the tastefully appointed cottages are a reflection of the historical period construction, blended with features of the surrounding native environment. Decorated with trinkets and historical artefacts of time and lives gone by, there is a story in every step as you explore the grounds and make your own memories.

Make the most of the many vantage points in the cottages for views of the rugged wilderness to creep in, while you bask in sunny nooks with a book in hand, or spot the seaspray plumes of our annual humpback visitors as they follow their age-old migration paths to and from warmer climates. Enjoy direct beach access to the pristine Lighthouse Beach and experience the remoteness of simply you and your footprints. Venture out in the neighbouring surrounds of the Myall Lakes and Wallingat National Parks, Wallis and Smith Lakes, rivers, rock pools and the significant Aboriginal sites of the Worimi peop

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