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Split Point Lighthouse Aireys Inlet Victoria Australia
Victoria

Originally called Eagles Nest Point, the lighthouse was built in 1891 after the sinking of the ship Joseph Scammell. It is perched on the cliffs 70 metres above sea level and can be seen 30 kilometers away.

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