Low Head Lighthouse and Foghorn




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Published on Sep 3, 2008

The Low Head Light house at the mouth of the Tamar river in Tasmania Australia was built in 1833, it was replaced in 1888 by the present 21 metre brick structure.

In 1929 the 'G type Diaphone' fog horn was installed and in 2001 it was successfully re sounded. It is operated most Sunday's of the year. It is the only operational G type Diaphone in the world.

Under ideal conditions it can be heard up to 20 miles out to sea.


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