Point Perpendicular is a point at the southern tip of the Beecroft Peninsula and at the northern entry to Jervis Bay, in New South Wales, Australia. It is the location of Point Perpendicular Light, a historic lighthouse which was active from 1889 to 1993, and a replacement skeletal tower which is active.
The lighthouse and its grounds are an exclave of the State of New South Wales, being separated from the rest of New South Wales by a strip of land which is itself an exclave of the Australian Capital Territory.
- "The Point Perpendicular Lighthouse at Jervis Bay". Lighthouses of New South Wales. Lighthouses of Australia Inc.
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