Troubridge Hill Lighthouse
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Troubridge Hill Lighthouse

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The Troubridge Hill Lighthouse is a major coastal light along a treacherous strip of coastline on the Yorke Peninsula in South Australia. The 32m high lighthouse was built in 1980 and is one of very few Australian lighthouses built of wedge shaped bricks especially fired for this lighthouse.

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