Shot taken further up Glenrock Lagoon ,Newcastle NSW Australia looking east.
The Lagoon is a small body of water approx 900 metres long and approx 100 metres wide and covers an area of approx 80,000 m². This area does vary depending upon the water level. The water levels can vary as much as 2 metres.
While the early European pioneers gave it “Glenrock” because of the rocky nature of the Glen (a narrow valley). The area of Glenrock Lagoon was called “Pillapay-Kullaitaran” meaning “The Valley of the Palms” by the Awabakal tribe.
extract from Wikipedia.