Once upon a time in a land far, far away there lived a little hill that was known as The Sugarloaf. Why? Did it look like sugar? A loaf? A loaf of sugar? What is a loaf of sugar anyway?
This is The Sugarloaf:
According to various sources, it resembles a hill of refined sugar. Ummm. No. No it does not. Not even if you squint. Because this is refined sugar:
Located in the Hallett Cove Conservation Park, The Sugarloaf is a hill that has been shaped by wind and rain over several thousand years and is not remotely sugar-like. Apparently, the whole area was once covered by an ice sheet when Australia was having its own little Ice Age. It's a beaut place for a walk and particularly sweet at sunset. Did you see what I did there with the sugar reference?