“Migrating humpbacks often pass close to shore between Fingal Head and Cook Island.”
The volcanic origins of the Tweed Valley are evident in the ancient lava flows that form Fingal Head. From the Lighthouse Parade car park, follow a sandy walking track to Australia’s very own Giant’s Causeway. The 1872 lighthouse here also has its own claim to fame – as one of the shortest in NSW! Migrating humpbacks often pass close to shore between Fingal Head and Cook Island. Protected as a marine reserve, the reef surrounding the island is home to a permanent population of green and loggerhead turtles and is a popular spot for snorkeling and diving.
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Fingal Head Lighthouse
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