Springbrook National Park, located within the Gold Coast Hinterland, offers many breathtaking lookouts, magnificent waterfalls and ancient rainforest. Visitors to the region can view the picturesque landscapes and walks among the subtropical and temperate rain forest of the National Park.
For our adventurous travelers and nature lovers, there is a small circuit to complete that will take you to wander through the Warrie Circuit, taking you to the ridges down from into the canyon.
The region plays host to Australia’s best-known glow-worms viewing site. During your visit here, bush walk at night through the rain forest to observe these rare and fascinating creatures at the Natural Arch Bridge and experience the illusion of nature’s own planetarium.
Keep a lookout for some of the 100 species of birds and frogs that call Springbrook National Park home, from the Wompoo Fruit doves and paradise rifle birds to threatened species like the cascade tree frog.