Not just the location for awesome Australian children's program, Across the Twist lighthouses are also hotels. And they save lives too. Let's listen to it for lighthouses! This tower was active for over 75 years with areas of it dating back over Two centuries when a huge flame was used to light up the savage rocks and seas. This lighthouse hotel has wonderfully rounded rooms and specially commissioned furniture made to take full advantage of the unusual space. You are able to dine within the copper-domed roof where you gaze in rapturous delight at the panoramic views. All the original features happen to be carefully restored including the harbor radio so that you can listen in to the shipping frequency as you're watching the vessels coming in to the dock. Because the last lighthouse keeper, Piet Beuker observed, 'For centuries, sailors' eyes were fixed about this spot. The roles happen to be wonderfully reversed: the beacon has turned into a lookout point'.