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The Natural Bridge in the Springbrook national park is a must see in the Gold Coast area. While you are up in the area you should go on the scenic drive around the area where you can stop at the "Best of all lookout", Purlingbrook...More
Went there late evening with the family to see the infamous gloworms. It was pitch dark when we hiked in. The gloworms in the natural habitat was fantastic! However I found the whole place to be rather dangerous cos there was no park ranger around...More
Great walk from car park down to Natural Bridge and back. Natural Bridge provides some great photo opportunities. Don’t leave this walk until late in the day though, as the light around the Natural Bridge will be gone.
I hadn't been here for many years and just about everything has changed. The track down to the waterfall and pool has been greatly improved, making it an easy walk with views of the arch and falls on the way, as well as some ancient...More
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Channy, I was back there from Sydney three days ago. Earlier in the morning would be best. I was there about 0830 and visitors were there but not many. I also walked down to the base of Purlingbrook Falls early starting at... More
Channy, I was back there from Sydney three days ago. Earlier in the morning would be best. I was there about 0830 and visitors were there but not many. I also walked down to the base of Purlingbrook Falls early starting at 0730 and there was no-one there at all. Passed a few heading down on my way back but none there. It was beautiful with the cool of the morning. Cheers Pete