• Watch: Strong Winds Create ‘Reverse Waterfalls' in Australia

    1 month ago - By Peta Pixel

    Did you know there's such a thing as a “reverse waterfall”? Perhaps more appropriately called a water rise, the phenomenon is caused when extremely high winds batter a cliff face, and it happened over the weekend at Royal National Park just outside Sydney, Australia.
    The reverse waterfalls spotted at Royal National Park this past weekend were a result of torrential rains combined with wind speeds off the coast that reached up to ~45mph on Sunday. As those winds hit the sheer cliff face, they did so with such force that they pushed the waterfalls into the air and back onto land.
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