One Hundred year old steam ship “Reemere” rests at Crowdy Head Harbour, before traveling north along the east coast of Australia. The opening between the rock walls is the entrance to Crowdy Head Harbour. Crowdy Head Harbour is mainly used by commercial fishing vessels. The expanse of water beyond the harbour is Crowdy Bay. The land close to the foreshore is Crowdy Bay National Park. The mount in the distance is Middle Brother, named by Captain Cook. Nikon D40x on auto.