Wedding Cake Rock in the Royal National Park just South of Sydney City. It has to be one of the most infamous sites in NSW. With many a visitor and tourist trying to grab the best shot or a selfie with the famous rock.
It’s hard not to be impressed by the sight of it and it’s quite remarkable to look at. Over the years people has used the Rock for a social media photo and due to dangers of being so close to the edge and the ocean, the National Park has put up a fence around it to deter people from getting too close. It’s a risk that people have been willing to take, but now with massive fines it’s best to play it safe and shoot from the other side of the fence.
To get to the site, first head to the Royal National Park, which is around a hour drive from the CBD in Sydney. Then the closest access is via a 3km walk along the Coast Track from Bundeena to Wedding Cake Rock. The walk takes around a hour so be prepared and pack and dress accordingly for the trek. But it’s also one of my favorite hikes in Sydney and well worth the visit.
Shot on my trusty Canon 1DX with a 16-35mm lens.