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Razorback Australia Wrapped Wall Decals

Razorback Australia Wrapped Wall Decals Taken from one of the viewing platforms, this panorama shows the striking Razorback, a ridge of stone sticking straight out of the sea. The layers and patterning in the rock were amazing, all that is missing here is the sound of waves crashing against the rock. The narrow limestone stack was formed by wind and water erosion on this rugged part of the Southern Ocean coast. The Razorback is one of the rock formations found near Loch Ard Gorge. This is a ridge of sandstone rock jutting up from the sea just offshore. Beyond it is Pudding Rock. The Razorback is really an elongated stack, which used to exend much further into the sea, but centuries of erosion have reduced it to the length seen today. Eventually the stack will be worn away. Also in the area is the Island Arch. Loch Ard Gorge is so named after a shipwreck in the area, the history of which is found on the Loch Ard Gorge Beach panorama. Nearby is a large sea arch known as Island Arch. The Razorback is one of the attractions on the Great Ocean Road in Australia, most famous for the Twelve Apostles. The area is subject to strong winds and constantly changing weather. The cliffs in the area are unstable. It is highly recommended that one stays on the marked paths only. The Razorback is yet another rock formation that one can view when visiting the Loch Ard Gorge precinct. It lies along the same path that takes one from the parking lot to Tom and Eva, and lies a further 5 minutes walk up the path. The path to the vantage point of the Razorback forks into a loop. While approaching, the left fork will take one directly to the most direct vantage point to view the limestone stack.

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