Despite warning signs mounted on the 1.6m fence and warning of $3,300 fines. Police and Parks Rangers are struggling to curb the trend.
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From above. The aerial shows that the rock has broken away from the main section of the cliff.
Large sections of rock are beginning to break away and crumble falling into the ocean 30metres below.
Do not risk your life for a photograph. Although warnings are prominent, visitors pose for selfies with the signs before jumping the fence.
The drop below. The southern view of the rock formation shows the extent the rock is sitting on the cliffs edge. Large sections of rock broken away litter the small ledges below.
The cracking of the rock is extensive and geologists have confirmed that the rock can collapse at any stage.
The northern view of the rock has also began to crumble. An approx 1m section of rock hangs precariously on the edge.
The reality of below. Sections of the crumbling rock can be found scattered on rock ledge bellow some 30 metres from the top of the rock.