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The Troubridge Island lighthouse was prepared in England and shipped in pieces to Australia and was manned from 1856 to 1981. The island became a conservation park in 1982 when purchased for $42,000 by the South Australian state government. Troubridge Island is accessible by permit only.
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* '''Lighthouses'''. The rough seas along the southern coastline of Yorke Peninsula have caused many a shipwrecks, which is why this area has a number of lighthouses. Lighthouses at West Cape [http://www.southaustralia.com/9006363.aspx], Cape Spencer [http://www.southaustralia.com/9006364.aspx], Althorpe Island, Corny Point [http://www.southaustralia.com/9006361.aspx] and Troubridge Point [http://www.southaustralia.com/9006359.aspx] (not to be confused with the more historic lighthouse on Troubridge Island [http://www.southaustralia.com/9006359.aspx]) continue to guide the way for passing boats and sailors to warn them of the dangers.