Located in Springbrook National Park, Springbrook, Australia, the Natural Bridge Falls is an unusual naturally formed rock arch created over millions of years by water tumbling through the roof of a basalt cave. From the right angle, it is possible to see both the arch bridge and the waterfall dropping the pothole in the same setting. Natural Bridge Falls is home to an amazing colony of glow-worms, whose light in the dark. Swimming is no longer permitted in the creek and cave in order to protect their habitat.
Natural Bridge Falls Location
Natural Bridge, Springbrook, Queensland – Australia