The lookout serves as a fantastic open-air geological classroom, showing the graphic legacy of the massive Ebor Volcano, which was active until about 19 million years ago. Its repeated eruptions formed the rock of the plateau's edge and the surrounding caldera, and subsequent erosion has sculpted the precipitous cliffs best seen from Point Lookout to the north, or on the one-hour Banksia Point circuit walk. SUBSCRIBE: https://bit.ly/AusGeoSubscribe The official channel of Australian Geographic magazine. We bring you the best Australian nature, science, people and adventure videos. Subscribe to the AusGeo channel for regular videos showcasing the people, places and wildlife that makes Australia so great. We want to hear from you too. Tell us what you want to see, or ask us questions.
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