The 16 m tall South lighthouse when built was fitted with equipment from the old Lundy Lighthouse (including the 1857 optic) and it remained in use until 1962 displaying a single flash every 30 seconds.
In contrast to the North, the South lighthouse sounded an explosive fog signal; initially discharged manually from the lantern gallery, in 1908 a small building was constructed (where there is now a helicopter pad) containing an automated apparatus provided by the Clockwork Explosive Fog Signal Company of Victoria.
The South lighthouse has a focal length of 53 m and displays a quick white flash every 5 seconds.
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