Harrington Breakwater and Beach
Harrington Breakwater Begun in 1885 to improve the safety of the dangerous mouth of the river. Rocks were quarried at the southern side of the Crowdy Headland and transported by rail to Harrington. The wall extends approximately 2km upstream and 1km seaward. The construction took 33 years to build. Today the breakwater is popular for fishing, walking and just taking in the panoramic view.