A Daily Photo Blog about Life in Northern New South Wales, Australia.

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Natural Bridge

Natural Bridge is located in the Numinbah Valley between Nerang on Queensland's Gold Coast and Muwillumbah in New South Wales.

The cave in which the waterfall tumbles is home to a glow worm colony. When I used to visit the cave as a child there were always lots of people swimming under the falls. This has now been prohibited to protect the glow worms. You can do a sunset tour to see these tiny insects that aren't really worms but the larval stage of a small fly.

The view from above as the creek tumbles through the hole. Ever so slowly new holes are being created.

This is my contribution to the Watery Wednesday meme.
This is my contribution to the Outdoor Wednesday meme.

13 comments:

  1. Nice photos! I would like to walk here!
    Happy Valentine to you!

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  2. What a beautiful spot! Magical!

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  3. Gorgeous captures Mark! I can almost smell the damp air! The natural bridge is spectacular. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. That would have been a wonderful swimming hole!

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  5. Beautiful photos, I would love to swim in that water. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. wow ~ amazingly beautiful, thanks for sharing...

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  7. A great watery shot Mark .... A natural wonder.

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  8. I can imagine it was popular with swimmers. It looks so inviting.

    My typo was hilarious!

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  9. Wow, that is so beautiful! Gorgeous shot of the light.

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  10. We've missed that one.... beautiful spot, and it should be wonderful this season after all the rain.

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