Crowdy Head Lighthouse NSW

Crowdy Head Lighthouse
Public Services Public Services » Utilities / Infrastructure support » Lighthouses
Latitude:-31.84169  Longitude:152.75142


POI Groups

View Groups

No Ratings Held

Add to your List

Write a Review
See a Mistake?
Remove POI?
Link to this page

Is this your business?
Own this Business?


A pilot station was established in 1860 at nearby Harrington to assist ships navigating the entrance of the Manning River with cargoes of timber, livestock and limestone.

In 1878, a fixed catadioptric light of less than 1,000 candelas was erected on Crowdy Head.

It was the last of a series of small lighthouses designed by James Barnet, the others being Fingal Head, Richmond River, Clarence River and Tacking Point.

The Crowdy Head tower was made of stone and painted white.

What's Nearby
Places to Stay  |  Places to Eat  |  Activities  |  Entertainment  |  Public Services  |  Retail & Services  |  Transport  |  Attractions  |  Other
Street View
Can you find the Poi in street view?

POI Added - Fri 7 Dec 07 - 7:53 AM
Pict's Avatar Pict

Last Updated - Fri 7 Dec 07 - 7:55 AM
Pict's Avatar Pict


Upload an image or Tag an image from Panoramio.

View more


This Point of Interest
Last Visit  
Review Title
I'd give it

What's a good review?
A review is a way for you to write about and share your experience about a Point of Interest such as accommodation, restaurant or attraction.

Editors Note: We accept both good and bad reviews, but we wont post personal attacks or generalisations. If your review is not helpful to other users then it will be removed.


Please wait... loading