Photographer's Note

Springbrook National Park is a large subtropical rainforest reserve on the state borders of Queensland and New South Wales which is world heritage listed. It features a vast variety of wildlife from well over 100 bird species, frogs, snakes, wallabies and koalas. The rainforest covers the escarpment of an ancient volcanic rim, of which dozens of waterfalls cascade from. The area receives about 3,000 mm of rain a year (double of what the surrounding lowlands get) so the falls are always flowing. This particular waterfall protrudes so far out from the cliff face that you are able to walk behind it and photograph it from peculiar perspectives.

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