The Wollongong Harbour is home to private vessels and the local fishing fleet in the inner Belmore Basin.
Wollongong Head Lighthouse, also known as Flagstaff Lighthouse or Flagstaff Point Light, is an active lighthouse located in Wollongong, a coastal city south of Sydney, New South Wales. It overlooks the Tasman Sea from the top of Flagstaff Point, directly east of the city centre.
From here, we had a great view of the ocean, beach and town.
This is called the Nuns Pool (Nuns Bath or Chains Bath), the oldest of Wollongong's ocean pool.
We were not aware of this historic site till we ventured down the steps. Exploration is fun!
Before leaving the harbour, we had a last look at the two lighthouses standing not far apart.