On the way we stopped at, the Canungra town or the main street. It was a nice little town. Some of the mountain scenery was simply spectacular though it was a little to windy on the way up.
So Natural Arch is an arch that had been made from water from a waterfall that has broken down and all the rock minerals. My dad was saying that when we was a little boy the arch wasn't as big and some of the other little rock pools there hadn't even formed when he went there...it just goes to show you. If we went during the night we would have been able to see glow worms in the cave at which the natural arch is. And what makes it even more amazing to look at is the dead tree that stands in the middle of it....I know it sounds a little weird but once you look at a picture you will now what I mean. I will post some pictures that I took along the way.
It was an 1km circuit to walk and as soon as we stepped foot about 10m from the Arch the temperature dropped heaps! I don't now about other people but I love the smell of rain, and the smell of the waterfall to me was well worth the windy road. The sound of the waterfall was like the sound you hear on the classical you tube videos it was music to my ears! The rainforest that surrounded us was also beautiful, it was so lush and green.
|All the dead trees in a dam|
|The scenery....sorry it is blurry as we were in the car|
|The waterfall that has formed the arch|
|The Natural Arch! It is breath-taking|
|My dad saw this shape and said that it looked like a person up-side down with its arms in the air! |
So that was my day at Natural Arch