Natural Bridge

Category: Outdoor Scenes


Photo and caption by Atsuya KOTODA

This photo was taken in April 2013 when I visited Natural Bridge with my family. Natural Bridge is a naturally formed rock arch over a creek. The unique waterfall plunges through a natural opening in the rocks. It is said that the geological feature was created over millions of years by water tumbling through the roof of the cave. The cave is known as one of Australia's largest glow worm colonies. There are lots of glow worms you can see on the ceiling at night. It looks like lots of stars in the sky in the cave. Natural Bridge is such a magical place to be.

Location: Springbrook, Queensland, Australia


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