Saturday, November 14, 2009
AUSTRALIA - Crowdy Head and beach - september 2008
Crowdy Head is in the Manning Valley. Crowdy Head is a fishing village located just 7km from Harrington, and 4hrs drive north of Sydney via the Pacific Hwy.
Crowdy Head is situated around the mouth of the manning river and surrounded by 26 kilometres of scenic coastline. The lighthouse, perched high on the headland for more that 120 years, provides exceptional views and is easily accessible on a sealed road.
The seafood co-op at Crowdy Head has fresh catch of the day.
Crowdy Beach sweeps in a long arc through to Diamond Head Beach in the National Park.
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