Natural Bridge, Torndirrup National Park, Western Australia.
At Torndirrup National Park, the Indian Ocean (or Southern Ocean according to Australian geographers) has sculpted Natural Bridge and other impressive formations from coastal granite. Torndirrup National Park is on King George Sound in Western Australia, 400 km southeast of Perth and 10 km south of Albany. The park’s oldest gneiss, seen along the cliff walls of the Gap, was formed 1300-1600 million years ago. The granites were formed later as molten rock rose to the surface when the Australian Plate collided with the Antarctic Plate 1160 million years ago. Tom walks atop the water-carved natural wonder.Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download