Located at the southern edge of the Royal National Park is Stanwell Tops, which is about 270m above the Pacific Ocean offering amazing views of the Pacific Ocean and south coast towards Wollongong.
Located about 10km from the lookout is the famous Sea Cliff Bridge which was built due to land erosion destroying the existing coastline road. The bridge juts out over the ocean and is an amazing sight to behold.
The cliffs at Stanwell Tops are also used for recreational flight with hang gliders being a prominent feature most days.
Here’s some photos. I’ll try to add some more later as it was a bit rainy the day these were taken.
And of course here’s a view of the Sea Cliff Bridge
You can reach here from either the Royal National Park or about a 10 minute drive off the M1 freeway at Helensburg.