Springbrook National Park, Springbrook
Springbrook National Park, Springbrook - Address, Phone Number
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
Beautiful walks, and many options for a more leisurely walk to a true-blue hike. Lovely scenery and waterfalls. Found a little surprise (check them out on Facebook = 4074 Rocks) with our picnic.
Beautiful and serene. Head into the caves in the evening to catch a glimpse of the glow worms - bring a torch incase it gets dark coming out. Very easy leisurely stroll. Toilets are not very nice.
A stunning park, well worth a visit. We came on a sunny day and had stunning views down to the coast, but on misty or rainy days don't expect to see nearly as much. Loads of different places to go and see and a variety of walks for all abilities. I'd recommend the "Best of All" lookout.
The drive into Springbrook national park was absolutely gorgeous, lush green trees and winding roads. The waterfalls and lockouts were just spectacular, you can even sit on the edge of a waterfall! Definitely worth a visit, we only drove and didn't trek but it was still worth the trip.
Springbrook is a beautiful area to visit if you are local and looking for a day out. If you are a tourist and interested in seeing Australian Nature / love trekking I would also recommend this. There are various walks available which range from 15 mins to the whole day. Something to suit all fitness levels. If you are planning to do a longer walk do your research and pack a bag thoroughly. Definitely will come back!