First time for me… but upon some further research, seems the local aborigines have been coming here for at least 7500 years..
I can see why, its a natural water source, it has some really cool large overhanging rocks which provide natural shelters and its protected from wild weather. It is considered that this place was a major campsite for the Dharawal people when travelling up and down the coast. The coast track was probably a local aboriginal route before we turned it into the ‘Coastal Track’.
62mm, f16 ISO 50 @ 15 secs.
Magnetic CPL and ND8