Inside the ‘secret’ glow worm cave in the NSW Blue Mountains

Australians Traveling Australians flock to a “secret” worm cave hidden inside an unused tunnel in the Blue Mountains, while the international border remains closed.

The cave in Lithgow, west of Sydney, is accessible by walking along a paved path that stretches for 1.4 miles before reaching the mouth of the tunnel.

Inside, thousands of glowing worms flash on the roof, a magnificent sight to behold at any time of the day – even when it is bright.

A video of the stunning scene was uploaded to TikTok by travel bloggers Joe and Cat, shining the light of Australia’s hidden gemstones on their shared account, My Walk World.

Australians Traveling Australians flock to this “secret flash worm cave” hidden inside an unused tunnel in the Blue Mountains

Thousands of flash worms flash on the ceiling, a magnificent sight that can be seen at any time of the day - even when it is bright

Thousands of flash worms flash on the ceiling, a magnificent sight that can be seen at any time of the day – even when it is bright

The clip, titled “This is the one for your Sydney button list!”, Has been viewed 69,800 times and has received dozens of happy responses since it was posted online on March 6.

“I’ve been here before, the place is sick and it’s FREE!” a man answered.

Many were surprised that something so fascinating could be found in the famous sleepy city of Lithuania.

“Wait, is there really anything interesting to see at Lithgow? Really?’ wrote a woman.

The cave in Lithgow, west of Sydney, is accessible on foot along a trail It extends for 1.4 km before ending at the mouth of the tunnel

The cave at Lithgow, west of Sydney, is accessible by walking along a cobbled path (pictured) that stretches for 1.4 miles before ending at the mouth of the tunnel.

The cave is full of thousands of flash worms - and best of all, it's free

The cave is full of thousands of flash worms – and best of all, it’s free

Others said the wormhole brought back happy childhood memories.

“I went there as a child and I still remember it,” said one person, while another added: “I was there years ago, such a wonderful place.”

It comes at a time when locked-in Australians are looking for a home distraction while traveling abroad continues to seem like a distant dream.

Just under 37 km from Lithuania, an impressive new lighted path that illuminates the Blue Mountains at night attracts thousands of nature lovers.

The Katoomba Falls Reserve Night-lit Walk is illuminated by 403 LED lights that illuminate the stunning natural wonders of one of Australia’s most scenic destinations.

The clip, uploaded to TikTok by travel blogger Suitable for all ages and abilities, it stretches for 1.3 kilometers

The clip, uploaded to TikTok by travel blogger “Views with Dav”, reveals the magical charm of the 1.3 km walk (pictured), which is suitable for all ages and abilities

A clip, uploaded to TikTok by travel blogger “Views with Dav”, reveals the magical charm of the 1.3 km walk, which is suitable for all ages and abilities.

“I highly recommend this. Easy walk and very safe! Chasing waterfalls after dark,” he wrote in the caption.

Thirteen headlights catch the attention of walkers at natural attractions such as Orphan’s Rock, Witches Leap and Katoomba Falls, while 390 smaller LED lights illuminate the path that opened in late February.

From the point of view of the certificate, the world-famous Three Sisters can also be seen bathed in a yellow glow.

The hallway is illuminated by 403 LED energy efficient lights

The hallway is illuminated by 403 LED energy efficient lights

The pedestrian crossing, which is the brainchild of the Blue Mountains Council and took six years to complete, was due to open in late 2019 before the raging fires of this summer suspension.

The council tried to highlight the natural features of the area at night without causing unnecessary disturbance to the wildlife or the locals.

The promenade finally connects illuminated trails along the Blue Mountains Hiking Trail, including the Katoomba Falls Kiosk car park around the Reid Plateau and all the way to Duke and Duchess Lookout.

The experience is the brainchild of the Blue Mountains Council and took six years to complete It is expected to open at the end of 2019 before the outbreak of fires that summer, construction is suspended

The experience, which is the brainchild of the Blue Mountains Council and took six years to complete, was to open in late 2019 before the frustrated fires of this summer’s construction shutdown

Explorers who crave adventure as they travel abroad continue to look like a distant dreamer who has been collecting for the experience since seeing it on social media.

The video, which has been viewed 255,300 times since it was uploaded on Tuesday, elicited enthusiastic responses.

“I must do that! “I was never at night,” one woman replied, while another wrote, “My God, that seems unbelievable.”

A third said it would not be long before the experience became places for Sydney men to propose to their girlfriends.

The amazing rock of Katoomba lights up at night Tourists (pictured) described the walk as one of the best experiences they have ever had.

Katoomba Falls Reserve Night-lit Walk offers a unique view overlooking the rock top, waterfalls and other local natural features

Many who have already tried the walk described it as “one of the best experiences” they have ever had.

“It’s the best night ever. “I recommend this experience to all the adventurous people out there,” said one woman.

Another added: “Remember to look up, the stars were amazing.”

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