Image Code: COAST004
Camel Rock is a breathtaking coastal rock formation near the small fishing village of Bermagui on the Sapphire Coast of NSW. Camel Rock was named by the famous explorer Matthew Flinders on his circumnavigation of Australia. When approached from the south, you view the three spires from the side which appear to form the two humps and a head of a camel. I was lucky enough to witness an incredible sunrise at this location which had long been on my bucket-list. As the sunrise danced across the sky from gold to purple, I knew that I had captured a very special moment.