Springbrook National Park, Springbrook

(4.7/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web)
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  • A simple short stroll through beautiful scenery! Was great to see bats in their natural habitat and a beautiful forest and stream. Would recommend walking the whole track 
  • We had been through the Springbrook National Park area back in July but hadn’t done much hiking there as we were trying to get to certain points of interest so admittedly we zoomed past some lovely na...  more »
  • There are so many absolutely gorgeous places to bushwalk in and around this area. We especially love the Queen Mary Falls and the Twin Falls. The Twin Falls walk is probably longer and steeper than we...  more »
  • We had a picnic at Tallanbana Picnic area. Toilets, 2x wood BBQ's byo wood, a few tables with 3 tables being in an undercover area. Great place but not the only place to start the the 4km twin falls as you can picnic and walk at the same place.......walk which is well worth doing.
  • Lovely walk, scenic and not difficult at all. Be sure to bring food and water as there is picnic areas if you want to lounge around. I caught a Kankgaskhan here, which was a funny surprise. We almost got lost going down the longer 17km trail thankfully there was a more experience hiker who pointed us back. Most of the signage/maps have had some damage and should be replaced. At each "Y" intersection there will be a map to tell you where you need to go for the correct trail so be sure to look for them.
  • The Natural Bridge Circuit has a gorgeous walk through the forest before it goes to a stunningly beautiful cave and waterfall. Make sure to take the offshoot path that goes into the cave. Tip: As the sign will tell you, the walk is easiest if you go clockwise around the circuit loop. Two other places worth a visit are the Best of All Lookout Walk, which isn't long, is beautiful and has an amazing view. And the Canyon Lookout is well worth a stop for it's majestic views of cliffs and waterfalls. On a separate day we visited the Cougal Cascases which were beautiful but beware they are busy in the summer.
  • One of the best walking tracks we've ever been on. Easy to see why is popular for all ages. Tracks, camping grounds & amenities well kept.
  • One of the most beautiful places I've ever been. The trails there lead you through the rainforest, waterfalls and rock pools. An amazing experience to remember.