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Location of Springbrook National Park within Queensland

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4.7 out of 5 stars on Google Maps

5 out of 5 starsin the last week

Great hike, beautiful waterfalls but do assign some rangers to patrol the grounds. There are tourists climbing into the fenced up areas to take “instagram-worthy” kind of shots without a regard to the fact that their were endangering themselves.

—Pei Ni L.

5 out of 5 starsa week ago

Picturesque national park in the Gold Coast Hinterlands. Various walking tracks of different duration and intensity. Stunning rain forests and rock formations abound in this magnificent location. A highlight would be the many beautiful water features to enjoy; rock pools, the Natural Bridge, waterfalls. A little bit quieter on the tracks through winter should you like to enjoy a bit more serenity.

—Troy and Kerri Simpson

5 out of 5 stars4 weeks ago

Magnificent medium level hike with good simple to follow tracks. The view of the waterfall was perfect 10, we even got the chance to see a small rainbow at the bottom. Took us about 1 hour and 45min for the complete circuit with short stops for photo taking and it is definately worth the time. Drive up early to enjoy the air and views with plenty of parking options before crowds come up.

—Chris Lee

4 out of 5 stars2 months ago

Beautiful place with amazing waterfalls. Good walks and vistas. Nice areas for picnics. A lot of people though and not a lot of amenities. Nevertheless beautiful place well worth visiting

—Mmacpherson

5 out of 5 stars2 months ago

A short drive from the Gold Coast is this beautiful part of Australia. Dense sub-tropical rain forrest bursting with native flora and fauna, the bird life is just amazing. The area's rock formations have led to the formation of waterfalls that are well worth the hike to get there, I especially love the twin falls walk. The Natural Bridge is well worth the trip as well. Definitely add it to your list when you're in the area.

—Byron Cooper

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Last updated
2 April 2019