The Big Sur is one of Australia’s most popular waterfalls, and has long been the subject of awe and fascination.
Now the world is getting a chance to experience it again, thanks to a collaboration between the US Geological Survey and the Australian Waterfall Research Council.
The waterfalls have become increasingly popular over the past few decades as visitors have come to the Big Surf, a narrow channel in the middle of the Great Barrier Reef that extends into the ocean.
This is a major tourist attraction, with tours ranging from the simple to the more adventurous, but all require a permit.
The Big Surf is open to visitors in a large number of conditions.
On the weekend, the BigSur falls can be seen from almost anywhere in the state, with the vast majority of people having their own vantage point.
The falls are a popular destination for water sports enthusiasts and locals alike, with a variety of water sports including snorkelling, kayaking, surfing, water skiing and water polo.
For the first time in years, the Great Sur Waterfall will be on a national tourist trail.
Aerial views of the falls will be available from the Big Beach, while water sports and other water activities can be enjoyed from the beach.
Tourists can also take a boat ride up the falls to the waterfalls themselves.
The USGS has launched a new website to help visitors find the Bigsur waterfalls and other great waterfalls around the world, with an in-depth map and guide to the Great Surf.
“The Big Sur has been on our radar for a while, and we are excited to have this opportunity to share the Big SUR waterfalls with the public again,” said Geoff Condon, chief ranger at the USGS National Park Service.
“Visitors can now explore the Great Swell, and the Great Wave, for the first-ever time, on a full-time, national, trail map, making the trip an even more enjoyable and inspiring experience for those who visit.”
Tourism and recreational water sports are two of the main attractions at the GreatSur, but the Big Swell and Big Wave also offer a wealth of wildlife.
“It’s such a spectacular place,” said Rebecca Wren, a ranger with the Great Australian Wreckers.
“I’ve been there a couple of times now and it’s absolutely gorgeous.
The whole thing is really well worth it.”
The Great Swells and Great Wave are two waterfalls in the Big Australian Waters National Park, and both feature stunning landscapes of white and orange sand, sand dunes and rugged cliffs.
Visitors are also able to explore other parts of the park, including a small island and a coral reef.