Natural Bridge , Springbrook

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Natural Bridge , Springbrook - Address, Phone Number

Address: Springbrook National Park | Natural Bridge Rd, Springbrook, Queensland, Australia

Phone: +61-755335147

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Time Required: 05:00 Hrs

Timings: 24-hrs Details

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The Natural Bridge was a surprising characteristic of Springbrook National Park in which a hole is created through a Cave Creek actually split into two and emerged from the dark cave on its opening. The amalgamation of the hole and cave opening was what forms the bridge feature. A trustworthy flowing waterfall with a natural arch or bridge into the cave can be seen. One can find it to be one of the most memorable and unique waterfall attractions in Australia or even in the world, for that matter. 

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  • Invest in good walking shoes.
  • Carry a camera.
  • Check-out some local tours to this place.

How To reach Natural Bridge by Public Transport

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  • The must see in the Gold Coast area! If you come 30 min before sunset (or at night) you will see the glowworms. They are amazing!! You won't see them during the day - during the day you will only see a nice piece of rainforest and a nice waterfall.

  • Beautiful spot. Short rainforest hike...only about a kilometer to do the whole thing. The waterfall is beautiful.

  • A really unusual water feature, surrounded by lovely countryside. A fairly steep walk down to the bottom of the valley leads up to the cave. Huge cave with a boardwalk you can walk along. The walk out isn't as steep, but definitely not one for wheelchairs.

  • A beautiful bit of rain forest with a lovely waterfall naturally carved a hole through the rock and a large cave below well worth the look but quite a few steps but I managed on crutches this time.

  • An amazing national park. The walk is well maintained. The waterfall is just exceptional. Parking can be a bit tough on busy days. Very highly recommended.

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