Cape Willoughby is the Eastern most point of Kangaroo Island. Overlooking the entrance to the body of water between the island and the mainland (Backstairs Passage) is the first lighthouse to be built in South Australia (1852). Even today it is still well off the beaten track and can only be reached via a rugged dirt road.
Built in 1909, Cape du Couedic Lighthouse is a beautful outpost on the Southern coast of Flinders Chase National Park
Built in 1858 is the lighthouse on the West coast at Cape Borda. I visited only 1 hour after taking the above images of Cape du Couedic and it was blanketted in fog and driving rain. It shows just how changeable the climate is in this part of the world, and the reason why these lighthouses were originally built to aid shipping in the region.