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‘Reverse waterfalls’ seen blowing streams of water into the AIR as wild waves hit NSW coast

The reverse waterfalls were created as 70 km winds hit the cliffs in the Royal National Park south of Sydney, causing the water to blow up and backward, video shows the natural phenomenon

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The reverse waterfalls were created as 70 km winds hit the cliffs in the Royal National Park south of Sydney, causing the water to blow up and backward, video shows the natural phenomenon
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