Springbrook National Park, Springbrook
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Address: Springbrook Rd, Springbrook QLD 4213, Australia
Time Required: 06:00 Hrs
Timings: 24-hrs Details
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About Springbrook National Park, Springbrook
The Springbrook National Park is a very well protected national park that is located in the Gold Coast hinterland of Queensland, Australia. The park which is of 6,197-hectare is situated on the McPherson Range, near Springbrook, approximately 100 kilometres (62 miles) south of Brisbane. The park is also a part of the Shield Volcano Group of the UNESCO World Heritage. The park is a perfect launching place for countless waterfalls and cascades for which the park is very famous.
Springbrook National Park Information
- Invest in some good walking shoes.The Purling Brook Falls is a 'horsetail waterfall' on the Purling Brook which is located in the UNESCO World Heritage.
- Carry a camera.
How To reach Springbrook National Park by Public Transport
- Can hire a cab.
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Springbrook National Park Outdoor & Nature Tours
Springbrook National Park Sightseeing Tours
Great walk through some amazing rainforest. We did the Twin Falls circuit, took it easy and stopped frequently to take photos, and it was just shy of 4 hours. There are picnic facilities and toilets near the car park. Wear appropriate footwear, because the track is not always flat, and can be slippery near the falls
Went here on a sunny weekend with partner. Beautiful walk from the top of the fall right to the bottom. There is 2 lookouts. One at the start of the hike and another 10 minutes down the trail. Once you hit the bottom of the waterfall you can choose to walk an extra 20 minutes to the rock pools which is worth it. A few pointers would be to bring a back lunch and lots of water.
Beautiful fresh running stream to bathe our feet. Kookaburras hoping around on the ground and not moving when we passed by. The cool of the rain forest. Great experience.
This was an awesome and exciting experience for me having grown up on the coast with waves and surfboards - never horses! The staff were lovely and very helpful and my horse, McCloud, was the perfect gentleman! Our guide, Christine, was lots of fun and looked out for us all the time. We will definitely come again!
One can not believe, how close this national park is from the Gold Coast. Depending on where you life, it may just take 10 minutes to be in the Hinterland of the Gold Coast. This park offers a plethora of hikes, walks, waterfalls and picnic areas. I have been here many times and I enjoy it over and over again.