What to watch, rockpool or waves? That’s your choice in this Pelican Point, Soldiers Beach SitAwhile360 VR video.

There’s something mesmerizing about watching waves pound over rocks as they gradually submerge them under the rising tide.

There’s no better place to see this than at Pelican Point, a rocky outcrop on the corners of Soldiers Beach, Norah Head and Pelican Beach, Magenta, NSW.

In this video, the waves are pounding all around but not many are making it over. But when they do, the water makes it across the rocks and into little channels all around, and eventually into the rock pool immediately next to you.

There’s lots to look at: the occasional wave breaching the rocks in front of you; the waves heading into Soldiers Beach; or just gaze along the long, sandy Pelican beach and see how many people you can spot – you’ll only need one hand! Or just stare into the nearby rockpool and see if anything emerges. Enjoy this escape!

Location: Pelican Point, cnr Pelican and Soldiers Beach, Norah Head, Central Coast, NSW, Australia.

Created by:

Nigel Miller

Nigel Miller

Videographer and SitAwhile360 founder