Devil’s Coach House at Jenolan Caves in New South Wales is a natural archway 57m high at its highest point. Its name is traced back to an incident involving Luke White, a cattle thief who spent a night in the cave after a drinking binge, and claimed he had seen the devil himself charge through on a coach drawn by six horses.
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