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Crowdy Head Beaches

Crowdy Head Road, Crowdy Head NSW 2427
The beautiful area of Crowdy Head is located on a vast expanse of unspoilt beach which includes the North Beach and South Beach. The North Beach is a well protected beach, excellent for families. The Surf Lifesaving Club overlooks the beach and patrols operate during the summer months. There is a kiosk, cold outdoor shower and toilet facilities. Picnic area with barbecues and picnic tables are nearby. Four wheel drive beach access is available near the Surf Lifesaving Club. The South Beach is a quiet beach area ideal for relaxing strolls and, if the conditions are right, it is very popular spot for board riders. Visit nearby Crowdy Head Lighthouse for panoramic views of the coastline and the hinterland which includes the Three Brother Mountains (north, middle and south). There is four wheel drive access south of Crowdy Head.
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Crowdy Head Lighthouse

Elizabeth Street, Crowdy Head NSW 2427
Located 33 kilometres north-east of Taree on the mid north coast, is the historic Crowdy Head Lighthouse. This lighthouse was designed and erected between 1878 - 1879 as one of only five small lighthouses built on the NSW coast. The panoramic views from the lighthouse reserve are breathtaking. Looking north you can see beyond Diamond Head and the Three Brothers mountains (south, middle and north), which were named by Captain James Cook in 1770 as he sailed up the east coast. To the south you can see as far as Seal Rocks. This is a great spot for a bit of whale watching as Crowdy Head is amongst a number of spots on the north coast that has a great easterly position. The whales migrate north to warmer waters during May to July, and return to the rich southern feeding grounds in the Antarctic during August to October.
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Crowdy Bay National Park

Diamond Head Road, Crowdy Head NSW 2427
Crowdy Bay National Park offers an abundance of wildflowers, birds and animals, bushwalking, swimming and fishing in 8,022 hectares of coastal plains. There are long sweeping beaches north and south, extensive wetlands, rainforest pockets and coastal heath featuring beautiful wildflowers. Australian author Kylie Tennant spent time living and writing here, and her hut which was used as a writing retreat has been restored and maintained. Walking trails include the cliff walk, rock platforms and stony beaches and offer sections with eroding rock formations and towering rock spits. At low tide you can explore the rocks and pools below the cliffs. There's good fishing, bird watching and fascinating headland walks with abundant wildlife. Car-based and caravan camping is available at Diamond Head, Indian Head, Kylies Beach and Crowdy Gap Cultural Camp. Camping fees apply. Bring your own drinking water as it is not available within the park. Firewood sold on site.

Crowdy Head Lighthouse

Elizabeth Street, Crowdy Head NSW 2427
Located 33 kilometres north-east of Taree on the mid north coast, is the historic Crowdy Head Lighthouse. This lighthouse was designed and erected between 1878 - 1879 as one of only five small lighthouses built on the NSW coast. The panoramic views from the lighthouse reserve are breathtaking. Looking north you can see beyond Diamond Head and the Three Brothers mountains (south, middle and north), which were named by Captain James Cook in 1770 as he sailed up the east coast. To the south you can see as far as Seal Rocks. This is a great spot for a bit of whale watching as Crowdy Head is amongst a number of spots on the north coast that has a great easterly position. The whales migrate north to warmer waters during May to July, and return to the rich southern feeding grounds in the Antarctic during August to October. ...

Crowdy Head Beaches

Crowdy Head Road, Crowdy Head NSW 2427
The beautiful area of Crowdy Head is located on a vast expanse of unspoilt beach which includes the North Beach and South Beach. The North Beach is a well protected beach, excellent for families. The Surf Lifesaving Club overlooks the beach and patrols operate during the summer months. There is a kiosk, cold outdoor shower and toilet facilities. Picnic area with barbecues and picnic tables are nearby. Four wheel drive beach access is available near the Surf Lifesaving Club. The South Beach is a quiet beach area ideal for relaxing strolls and, if the conditions are right, it is very popular spot for board riders. Visit nearby Crowdy Head Lighthouse for panoramic views of the coastline and the hinterland which includes the Three Brother Mountains (north, middle and south). There is four wheel drive access south of Crowdy Head....

Crowdy Bay National Park

Diamond Head Road, Crowdy Head NSW 2427
Crowdy Bay National Park offers an abundance of wildflowers, birds and animals, bushwalking, swimming and fishing in 8,022 hectares of coastal plains. There are long sweeping beaches north and south, extensive wetlands, rainforest pockets and coastal heath featuring beautiful wildflowers. Australian author Kylie Tennant spent time living and writing here, and her hut which was used as a writing retreat has been restored and maintained. Walking trails include the cliff walk, rock platforms and stony beaches and offer sections with eroding rock formations and towering rock spits. At low tide you can explore the rocks and pools below the cliffs. There's good fishing, bird watching and fascinating headland walks with abundant wildlife. Car-based and caravan camping is available at Diamond Head, Indian Head, Kylies Beach and Crowdy Gap Cultural Camp. Camping fees apply. Bring your own drinking water as it is not available within the park. Firewood sold on site. ...