Here is a drone video from a beautiful spot in the far northern reaches of Australia's state of New South Wales. Fingal Head is a small promontory (peninsula) which lies just a few km/mi south of the border with the state of Queensland. The point is distinguished by Cook Island, a small uninhabited bit of rock. The roughly 500 meter (1.7k ft.) waterway which separates Cook Island from the mainland is called Giants Causeway. Fingal Head is also marked with a small lighthouse which was built in 1878.