East Island Lighthouse (Western Australia)

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East Island Lighthouse
East Island Lighthouse (Western Australia) is located in Western Australia
East Island Lighthouse (Western Australia)
Western Australia
Location Lacepede Islands, Western Australia
Coordinates 16°54′07.8″S 122°11′52.2″E / 16.902167°S 122.197833°E / -16.902167; 122.197833Coordinates: 16°54′07.8″S 122°11′52.2″E / 16.902167°S 122.197833°E / -16.902167; 122.197833
Year first constructed 1984
Automated 1984
Foundation concrete basement
Construction metal skeletal tower
Tower shape square pyramidal tower with balcony and lantern
Markings / pattern white tower
Height 23 metres (75 ft)
Focal height 33 metres (108 ft)
Light source solar power
Characteristic FI (2) W 10s.
Admiralty number K1658
NGA number 9448
Managing agent Australian Maritime Safety Authority

East Island Lighthouse is a lighthouse[1] on East Island in the Lacepede Islands off the north west coast of Western Australia.

First commissioned in 1984, it is a 23-metre (75 ft)-high lattice metal tower, with the light's focal plane positioned at 33 metres (108 ft) above sea level. The light characteristic is two flashes every ten seconds.[2]

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