London Bridge is a prominent, eroded, geological oddity a few kilometres south-east of Sandstone.
It is part of a larger formation about 800 metres long, varying in height from three to 10 metres. It is formed of weathered basalt about 350 million years old.
Unfortunately with time the bridge is getting thinner and thinner and will eventually fall.
It has been a spectacular town picnic site from the 1900s – and still is today.
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