This is just insane. The waterfalls along the coast of Southern Australia are actually flowing upwards due to extremely high wind speeds. The large waterfalls as you will see in the video below are still flowing down. They are simply producing a lot of mist.
The smaller waterfalls are falling over the edge of the cliff and them simply being blown back into the air by winds that are reaching speeds as high as 75 mph. Look at the shot of the city ferry taking people to work rocking in the high winds. I bet it was a veritable Barf-o-rama in that ferry.
Apparently, in a 24 hours period, a month’s worth of rain has fallen in Sydney. If waterfalls flowing upwards isn’t enough to call in sick for work, I don’t know what is. The coast is has also seen waves as high as 16-feet. I bet the surfers are out in droves.