Is one of the most remarkable locations in the Wollemi National Park. It is a ledge of gargantuan proportions, approximately 400 metres long. What makes it particularly amazing are the cliffs above and below. Below, the drop is 35 m+; above, the cliffs are at least 50 m high. Adding to the splendour, is the array of colours - shades of pink, through to apricot, orange to deep purple. Located on the eastern side of a cliff-lined, V shaped gully, a southern tributary of Capertee Creek on the western end of the property Red Cliffs, Newnes. Named by Michael Keats, Brian Fox and Yuri Bolotin on a bushwalk, 6 May 2016.