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Natural Bridge: downstream
Australia

The water flowing into the Natural Bridge comes out and flows into a lush rainforest creek. This vantage point allows visitors to see the entrance to the Natural Bridge, as well as to hear the sounds of its rushing waters.

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Uploaded: 17/04/2012
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