is a natural attraction located in Springbrook National Park. It is perhaps the only place in the world where a creek (Cave Creek) spills into a hole through a natural rock arch. Under the rock arch is a colony of glow-worms, that become visible after sunset. The walk down to the arch passes through lush sub-tropical rainforest which is part of Gondwana Rainforests of Australia, a World Heritage Area,.
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