- Lawson Street, Red Rock, NSW, 2456, Australia
Red Rock headland is part of the Solitary Islands Coastal walk, and is a significant place to the local Gumbaingirr people. The rocks that make up the headland at Red Rock are named the Redbank River beds. The Red Rock itself is a twenty metre high headland composed of 300 million year old jasper, a form of red quartz. It is fun to wander around this ancient rock formation, especially the rockpools on the headland which are great to explore.