East Cape Lighthouse is the easternmost lighthouse of New Zealand and is the perfect place to witness the first sunrise of the world from New Zealand. The lighthouse is managed by computers directly from Maritime New Zealand's office in Wellington. East Cape lighthouse is a cast-iron cylindrical tower, that has a balcony and lantern. The tower is white coloured with a black lantern roof. The height of the tower is 15 metres (49 ft), though it is at an elevation of 154metres (505 ft) above the sea level.
This lighthouse is the right place to watch the early rays of the sun casting a blurry tone over the dried grasses and the Manuka trees. The lighthouse is located on the eastern coast of New Zealand and is closest to the Date Line, making it the best place to witness the first light of the day without the date changing.
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