Springbrook National Park Brisbane | Gold Coast

4.8stars, rated out of 5

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Google reviews for Springbrook National Park

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  • 4stars, rated out of 5 Aleksandra Mikata
    a month ago

    I loved it, it is a really special place to see. But I think they need more clear info about the way people should go and the possibilities to see the waterfalls closer. This should be marked for the drivers so they can tourn. Now they have only names of the locations which means nothing to a person who doesn't know the area.

  • 5stars, rated out of 5 Carlos Hernandez
    a month ago

    ⛰️ If you choose the Warrior route, it spans 14 km and may take 3 to 6 hours. This trail is distinct as it begins at the mountain's peak, descends, and concludes with an ascent. The route is notably humid, offering opportunities to encounter spectacular animals; patience and observation are key. Enjoy breathtaking passages featuring waterfalls, navigating under massive rocks and trees. Alternatively, there's a family-friendly route for an easier experience. Best parking spot is, Google map: (Tallanbana picnic area) 40 Min from PacificFair ⛰️Excellent hiking trails ✅️ 🧹Nice and clean ✅️ 🅿️ Parking (free)✅️ 🚻 Clean toilets ✅️ 🚍 public transport ❌️ ⛺️Camping ❌️ 🛝 kid playground ❌️ 🐕‍🦺 dog park ❌️ 🍖BBQ area ❌️ 👟🥾The route can be done with sports shoes, but It is better to bring your climbing boots, since the path is usually wet and there are some muddy puddles.

  • 5stars, rated out of 5 Ria Madison
    in the last week

    This place was absolutely amazing!! I could not have asked for more. I stayed at the Springbok Lodge which was out of this wolrd, real 5* quality accommodation and food. Felt very welcomed and the guide Mlu took us through the park where we saw tons of animals from lion, elephants, cheetah, different bucks and beautiful water falls and rivers

  • 4stars, rated out of 5 Jᥲmіᥱ
    a month ago

    One of the most spectacular waterfalls in SE Queensland. Located in Springbrook National Park, this area is part of the Gondwana Rainforests, an Australian World Heritage subtropical rainforest. A sealed walking track leads you through the forest, across Cave Creek and into an arched cave with viewing platforms to take in the sight of the waterfall. The cave is also home to thousands of nocturnal glow worms which are more visible at night. Well worth a visit!

  • 5stars, rated out of 5 Neo
    10 months ago

    This is a very big national park which you can't finish with just a day tour. You will need at least 2 or 3 days to explore all the places in the national park. The detail of the places I will give a review at the specific place in Google map. If you want to go for camping there is a settlement area which you need to get a permit through the website or by phonecall If you want to see the lookout point there are some lookout points which are best of all lookout, canyon lookout, purling brooks fall lookout, and etc. If you are into hiking there will be a long train at the canyon lookout which will be 14KM long which will take you about 6hours++ If you want a short want you can probably walk to the twin falls, it is worth it. Overall I have a very pleasant experience there. Definitely worth a visit and plan a stay there

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Spectacular waterfalls, lush rainforest, ancient trees, impressive views, exceptional ecological importance and natural beauty makes Springbrook an outstanding place to visit. Springbrook National Park is part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area, one of Queensland’s five World Heritage properties and part of the World Heritage Family.


About 100km south of Brisbane.

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Park facilities

  • Barbecue (wood/fuel/coin)
  • Information centre
  • Lookout
  • Park office
  • Picnic tables
  • Toilets
  • Wheelchair access (may require assistance)
  • Wifi
  • Tent camping
  • Camper trailer camping
  • Campervan camping
  • Hiking
  • Horseriding
  • Walking
  • World Heritage

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