This is the famous Horsehead Rock, located around the corner from Camel Rock Beach in the Bermagui region of the south coast of NSW. To get to Horsehead rock you need a low tide, allowing you to rock-climb your way over what are particularly jagged and ancient rocks for around 15 minutes. It's quite a sight and really does look like a horse. The day I was there the conditions were full of drama, wet and with a storm gathering to the south. I quickly took my frames and got out of there before the storm hit in full and the tide rose too high to get out.