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All reviews viewing platform watch the sunset car park sugar loaf beautiful sunset waves crashing enjoying the view lookout point red tailed tropic great scenery walking track indian ocean plenty of parking worth a visit short drive down hill great spot
Just another example of Mother Nature showing of, stunningly beautiful but just part of the overall coastline, the azure blues, the white sand, bluest sky ever just combine for picture postcard stuff everywhere you look, Magical.
It's kinda out of the way during your drive, but it's worth it for spectacular views. You could spend hours there gazing at the rock, watching the waves, and contemplating life. Find a nice quiet spot for yourself, wear good hiking shoes, and get lost...More
The ocean around sugar loaf rockscwas very wild, nice spot to see the waves braking around the rock, loads of humoback whales passing by on their migration towards the south. Dress warm with weatherproof jacket.
A fantastic location with a mix of rocks and beaches, with some relatively easy access (still with steps, but with a gentle slope and wide stairs) to the viewing platform.
A great sunset location, even when nature left the hues at home. You can clamber...More
For me, it doesnt look like sugarloaf bread, but I cant deny the amazing view.
The road to sugarloaf is quite scary when near sunset as it is a single way in and out.
Somehow, i manage to bring my hot coffee in termos and...More