Visual features of station:
The lookout is a granite single story building built circa 1896.
It has an 8m flagstaff and a 6m wind generator.
'The Causeway' is a scramble over rocks out to Worm's Head which is open for 2.5 hours either side of low tide, and fatal to attempt to wade or swim to when the causeway is flooded.
Disturbed waters round the Worm, connected with the tidal rise and fall, are a danger to small craft, fishing boats, coasteerers and surfers. The tidal rise is the second highest in the world, the highest is The Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia on Canada's East Coast.
There are steep, dangerous cliffs.