Height: 15.7" (400mm)

North Reef Lighthouse

North Reef Light is an active lighthouse located on North Reef, a 5.6 square kilometres (2.2 sq mi) planar reef, about 120 kilometres (75 mi) northeast of Gladstone, Queensland, Australia in the Capricorn and Bunker Group. The lighthouse was constructed on a migratory patch of sand inside a fringing coral reef, which over the years disappeared and reappeared, as sand was washed away and accumulated, and is now a vegetated sandy island. Its construction is unique, having a hollow concrete base that both gives it resistance to the shifting nature of the sandbar and serves as a fresh water tank. As such, it is considered one of the major achievement in Australian lighthouse construction. It is also notable in that due to the harsh conditions, only bachelors were allowed to serve as lighthouse keepers. At 24 metres (79 ft) it is also the tallest of Queensland's timber framed iron clad lighthouses.

Laser cut Model includes:
> All parts cut by laser
> history of lighthouse
> building instruction
> Colour photographs of ready model
> foil for windows
> full assembly of acryl paints
> brush
> razor-blade
> plants, sand

Model does not include:
> frame

Order code: KTVZL009