The driver of a car that plunged 30 metres down a cliff onto the rocks below on Sydney's south coast has miraculously survived.
Emergency services were called about 7am on Friday after the car drove over the edge of Hanging Rock Lookout in Nowra and narrowly missed a walker below.
A 30-year-old man was treated for head and facial injuries and taken by helicopter to St George Hospital in a stable condition.
NSW Ambulance inspector Christopher Lahene said it was "miraculous" he survived.
"If I were him or the person out for a walk, I'd be getting a Lotto ticket because surviving something like this is quite extraordinary," he said.