Springbrook National Park’s picturesque Natural Arch, also known as the Natural Bridge, is the home to a waterfall, glow worms and a colony of tiny bent-wing bats.

The stunning rock formation was once formed by the force of the waterfall and the destruction of its surrounding caves. The Natural Bridge receives 1500mm of rain during the hot, humid summer, though in the winter season, the bridge can often clear up and be sunny.

During your visit here, take your time to get to know the wildlife that surrounds the Natural Arch. The colony of glow worms living underneath the bridge can be found spread out in the cave of darkness and you will find yourself being mesmerized by the hanging glow worms on the ceiling and rocky overhangs of the arch.