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17 metres tall and weighs approximately 4 tonnes..Located just on the edge of the busy Princes Highway, The Giant Lobster.
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Cape Jafa Light house
The CAPE JAFFA LIGHTHOUSE is a "must see" tourist attraction that is located on the foreshore in Kingston SE in the South East of South Australia..The lighthouse was originally built out to sea from Cape Jaffa
The big lobster that was originally ordered to be made was much
after several ships were wrecked in the area after running aground..The local community
decided to dismantle the structure and to reassemble it again in Kingston SE and to conduct tours of it and provide information about it's history.
historic light house
it attracts many tourists and most can't resist the odd photo or two..The icon is privately owned by the owner of the souvineer shop and restaurant located nearby known as "Big Lobster"
much smaller and was designed to sit on top of the nearby building which was designed to resemble a lobster pot. (cray pot).Somewhere along the line instructions got mixed up and the lobster was built in metres instead of feet!!!.The finished item is 17 metres tall and weighs approximately 4 tonnes..Located just on the edge of the busy Princes Highway
on the Margaret Brock Reef
with the help of the National Trust
Contained in galleries