Myrtle Beach south UAVYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
At the southern end of Myrtle Beach on the south coast of NSW, the Wagonga Beds are folded into a series of N-S trending folds. Visible in this model is a north plunging antiform with an almost upright axial plane. At the northern end of Myrtle Beach, the Wagonga Beds (part of the Lachlan Orogen) are unconformably overlain by the Wasp Head Formation of the Sydney Basin. This model was contructed from UAV imagery. Models of two outcrop scale folds from this location can be found here and here. Flexural slip is also apparent in fold limbs at this site.