Continuing to proceed down the New South Wales coast on 14th June 1987, my next stop was Norah Head lighthouse. It was built in 1903, the last of the New South Wales lighthouses.
It was a full moon, or just off and so here we see the moon behind the lighthouse. If you look closely, you can see a few stars in the sky, moving just slightly during the exposure.
This is a wind direction indicator inside the lighthouse. I think it must have a geared connection to a wind vane on top of the lighthouse.