Springbrook National Park Brisbane | Gold Coast

4.7stars, rated out of 5

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  • 5stars, rated out of 5 Aileen Lim
    5 months ago

    Twin falls was gorgeous! I went on the shorter route. Quite a nice walk to go on during cool weather. The walk was quite narrow and isn’t fully paved. Be sure to bring good shoes for walking. Plenty of nice lookouts along the path back. Along the way we saw a snake cross the hiking path. So be careful where you step! The toilets just at the entrance of the trail were pretty clean too :).

  • 5stars, rated out of 5 Lorae Gonzales
    a month ago

    We’ve been here many times we can’t even count ‘em. The beauty never fails to amaze us each time and makes us wants to come back over and over again. We tried coming after a week of non stop rain and the falls is just beautiful. The trail is a bit scary after the rain as it’s slippery and muddy, make sure you gear up. We were caught by the rain in the middle but it was a great experience surrounded by nature.

  • 4stars, rated out of 5 Mohamed Adil
    4 months ago

    Take the walking trail. Stop to see the natural beauty of this place. The flora & fauna is something you don’t get to see elsewhere. Walk down small streams to reach the picture perfect falls. A water fall coming down a skylight like opening in the rocks. Great viewing spots n the way for instagram pictures. Enjoy

  • 5stars, rated out of 5 Andrew McGregor
    3 months ago

    A fabulous sanctuary, so close to the Gold Coast that you can see it from numerous look outs. Be sure to check the status of tracks before you go. I encountered all waterfall trails closed on my visit today. Services are limited - no fuel and only a handful of cafes working post COVID. Bring a picnic.

  • 4stars, rated out of 5 Luke Jones
    2 months ago

    This national park had an excellent track. My friends and I did the twin falls which was a grade 3 walk. The area is well-shaded, cool, has rest rooms at the beginning of the tracks and has leisurely to intermediate moments of exertion required to complete the tracks. The the waterfalls at the end of the twin falls track are a sensory experience with stunning views along the way. Parking is available at the beginning of the tracks as well.

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