The tunnel that runs through the headland at Queencsliff is one of the locations I return to again and again. There are a lot of elements that need to align to get the light right in the tunnel. The tunnel was constructed sometime around 1908 by a few local fisherman who decided that there had to be a better way to get to the fishing grounds on the front side of the headland. Two friends, Lewers and Randell, managed to convince the other members of their fishing club to take to the sandstone cliff with hammers and chisels to construct the tunnel. There was an incredible amount of sandstone carved without power tools, a huge commitment.