Springbrook National Park Brisbane | Gold Coast


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Google reviews for Springbrook National Park

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  • 5 Bruce Bradford
    in the last week

    Best little walk around a great waterfall; beautiful coloured cliff faces!

  • 5 Miran Alkakey
    2 weeks ago

    Fantastic place to get over the crowded city, always check weather before you decide to visit. Last time went there at the very down of the mountain was sunny 25 degree when I got up there it was heavy rain with 10 degree

  • 5 Sim Bryce
    3 weeks ago

    Took a short picturesque walk to the sawmill from the car park at the end of Currumbin Creek Road. Did some clambering over the rocks in the river. Some people were swimming under the waterfalls, but I thought it too cold for that. Would be lovely in summer though

  • 5 Michael M
    a month ago

    Just a beautiful place with spectacular views. You don't need to be overly fit to enjoy. Take your time walking through this glorious park and enjoy the view it has to offer.

  • 5 Lavish Lalwani
    3 months ago

    Absolutely beautiful national park. It's one of my favourite places to visit. There are a variety of tracks available for all fitness levels and all ages. I really enjoy visiting here during winter or spring. I always prefer to visit the park early (6-7am) because it can get very busy later in the day between 9am - 3pm. Please wear strong grippy hiking shoes as the tracks can be slippery, wet and filled with loose rocks.

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Virtual tour - MyRanger app

Discover the beauty and diversity of Springbrook National Park through the virtual ranger guided tours. Get up close and personal with some of the park’s unique animals through the Augmented Reality experiences. It’s like having a personal ranger in the palm of your hand. Photo credit: © Jen Bartlett

Camping in Springbrook

  • There is one camping area, The Settlement. Camping permits are required and fees apply. A camping tag with your booking number must be displayed at your camp site.
  • A QldParks-Wifi hotspot is available to help you check park information. The QldPark-Wifi hotspot is located at the Gauriemabah—place of stories, which is located on Old School Road, 2.7km south of The Settlement camping area. All users are obliged to read terms and conditions first and follow them.
  • Bush camping is not permitted in Springbrook National Park.
  • See frequently asked questions about camping in Springbrook National Park.
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  • The Settlement camping area is the only camping area in Springbrook National Park.

    • Tent camping
    • No caravan camping
    • Camper trailer camping
    • No campfires
    • Toilets
    • No showers
    • Barbecue (wood/fuel/coin)
    • Picnic tables
    • Wheelchair access (may require assistance)
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted

  • There are currently no park alerts for this park.