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Natural Bridge, Springbrook

(4.7/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web)
A walk through the rainforest and its huge trees with nested birds will lead you to a cave at Natural Bridge. Inside a stream has broken through the roof and cascades down into the cave forming this waterfall. You can go on an easy walk in the cave, but swimming is prohibited. This hinterland is one of largest Glow Worm colonies, so watch out for the twinkling creatures. With our custom trip planner, Springbrook attractions like Natural Bridge can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • With the full flowing water after three rains, this is just an amazing place. The lookout from above seemed ordinary. And when we looked close, this is just a natural beauty. Highly recommended.  more »
  • The natural arch at springbrook is incredible. Amongst thousands of micro bats zooming around your head in the dark you can go in there, and see the beautiful blue glow worms on the ceiling. The bats ...  more »
  • This is an awesome outing with friends, perfect for those who love the outdoors. You don't need to be too physical to do this and I saw some older people who were able to get to the glow worms. Good f...  more »
  • A Unique natural formation... so close to Gold Coast and Brisbane... Only a short walk from the car park. Definitely worth a visit.
  • Nice green cool and beautiful. Great photo opportunity. Nice twist and flowing roads in the way out. Did the full loop road and headed out to murwillimbah.
  • This a wonderful creation of nature. We has to walk about 10mins in the national forest to get there. Unfortunately when we were there on January 2013 it was raining like hell so could not even run as it was slippery but at the end we found ourselves lucky, because we saw the water fall near the bridge running like Niagara Falls.
  • Amazing views. You will need to walk for 10-15 minutes from the car park before getting the place.
  • Nice cool place with a small water falls thru a hole in the cave. We was hopping to see some glow warms but could not see them.