Two waterfalls appear to flow upwards in Australian capital


A video was filmed in the Australian capital which showed two waterfalls appeared to flow backwards following strong winds and torrential rain.

Reports said that the stunning moments were captured at a cliff in the Sydney’s Royal National Park on last Monday when the wind speed reached up to 70 kilometres per hour, whereas, the aerial footage also showed a beautiful rainbow due to the mist.

The air pressure on the cliff forced the water flow back over the top.

According to 7News Sydney, severe weather warning for damaging winds and damaging surf was issued for Sydney, Central Coast, Mid North Coast, Hunter and Illawarra areas.