Wedding Cake Rock

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Geographical coordinates: -34.10966667 151.15241667


English Wedding Cake Rock

Wedding Cake Rock, also known as White Rock, is a sandstone rock formation located in the Royal National Park near Bundeena, New South Wales, Australia, accessible via the Royal National Park Coast Track. The rock is one of many formations that appear north of Marley Beach, and is suspended 25 metres (82 ft) above sea level. Wedding Cake Rock is noted for its scenic location and popularity with bushwalkers and tourists, as an attractive location for photography. Its reputation, however, was damaged after the landmark saw a sudden spike in popularity in 2015, and subsequently fell victim to vandalism. The rock was closed off from public access in May 2015 by the New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service, citing the dangerous behavior of recent visitors, and later, safety concerns, after a survey conducted the following month determined that the rock was unstable, and that it would collapse into the Tasman Sea within the next decade.

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Polish Wedding Cake Rock

Wedding Cake Rock lub White Rock – klifowa formacja skalna zbudowana z piaskowców, zlokalizowana w Royal National Park koło Bundeeny w Nowej Południowej Walii. Górna krawędź klifu wznosi się ponad 25 metrów nad poziomem morza. Skała jest znana z pięknych widoków, jest popularna wśród turystów pieszych.

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Marley Beach1.2 km
Marley Beach1.2 km
Bundeena2.4 km
Hordern Beach3.1 km
Gunyah Beach3.1 km
Jibbon Beach3.4 km
Cronulla Fisheries Centre4.1 km
Salmon Haul Reserve4.1 km
Wattamolla4.4 km
Wattamolla Beach4.7 km
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