National Geographic : 1970 Apr
Salvation for sailors, this light four miles west of CapeJaffa has warned vessels off Margaret Brock Reef for nearly a century. In a nightly ritual, the keeper turns up the kerosene lamp. Four for the pot: Spiny lob sters, the largest weighing 101/2 pounds, reward skin-divers at the Cape Jaffa Lighthouse, back ground. Each year the state's commercial fishermen harvest more than four million pounds of Jasus novaehollandiae,local ly called crayfish. Most of the catch reaches U. S. markets in the form of frozen tails.