Seeing BlacknWhite's nearby cache inspired me to head out to this natural formation that a workmate had told me about some time ago. He said to me "you won't be disappointed in what you see". Well he was spot on.
The natural rock formations give the cache its name and the view on a clear day is pretty good too.
To get to GZ you'll need to walk up a steep walking track which is at times scratchy and overgrown, but well defined around your feet. Allow approx' 1hr round time plus whatever time you spend at GZ. After rain, which is what I had, the track can be very slippery and like I said, it is steep.
I have included a few additional waypoints to help you get to GZ. The driveway WP (TNC1) is identified with a letterbox marked as No:20 and it will look like you are driving into someones property. This driveway is a shared road and not private property. The trail head WP (TNC2) is where you must park your vehicle and your walk starts from here. Do not drive over the cattle grid. The track here is sign posted as the Drawing room walk.
The cache is a well stocked regular to large container. It is back from the edge and away from the main attraction, but you should use stealth at all times.
There are no handrails at this place so please keep geokiddies close by