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Published July 15th 2014
The ultimate tranquil day escape
Perched on the edge of the quaint Eurobodalla National Park, South Coast of New South Wales with a scenic expanse of golden beaches, untamed bushland and an abundance of bird-life/wildlife is Bingie Bingie Point. Take in the magnificent view whilst listening to the waves crushing with all their might onto the rugged rocks below.
A view of Bingie Bingie Point from the car park...
It is a place where history is surrounding you, striking views are begging to be admired and of course the extravagant display of igneous rocks makes this spot more splendid.
For some information on the rocks: They are constructed of two igneous rock types outcrop. The lighter grey rocks often contain a magmatic fabric that tonalite, while the darker grey rocks are gabbroic diorite, which are known as the Bingie Bingie suite.
Close up view of the impressive patterns on the rocks...