NATURAL BRIDGE, SPRINGBROOK NATIONAL PARK
Today is ANZAC Day, a day to remember the man and women who went to War to allow us to have the freedom we have today. War is never a good thing, as there is no winner.
So today I went for a drive to remember the fallen. For me the waters are the eternal life. The water travels from the light into the dark and out again. The symbol of before the war, during the war and after.
The water fall is at The Springbrook National Park picturesque Natural Bridge rock formation - once formed by the force of the waterfall over the erosive basalt cave - is easily accessible from the Nerang-Murwillumbah Road car park.
Start the short one and a half kilometre subtropical circuit clockwise and descend through ancient Gondwana rainforest to the Natural Bridge rock arch.