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All reviews glow worms natural wonder springbrook national park through the roof the gold coast beautiful place to visit beautiful rainforest the loop lovely walk clockwise direction bush walk mother nature well worth the effort walking track take photos take your time cave
This waterfall was high on my list to see, and while is was nice, the walk to get here was very short. Which I would have preferred more of a hike. But still a nice area all the same. If you arrive here early enough,...More
It was a rainy day so we decided to drive to the falls. It was quite the winding road but a nice drive. No need to pay for a tour if you have a car. The walk was really easy and the falls were pretty....More
You can hear the water running as your walking towards the cave and it’s lovely. The walk is only short and even the uphill walk back to the car park is not bad. A few steps but nothing that will ware you out too much....More
natural bridge is great for the glow warms. It was amazing. We stood in the cave with hundreds of bats flying around your head until it's dark. Where at hat or bring an umbrella, bats are all over, but that's pretty cool in itself. They...More
An easy 800m circuit that takes you through beautiful rain forest rushing river scenery. The Natural Bridge itself is stunning. To be able to go deep into the cave with the roar of the water is awesome. Enjoy this must see wonder.
A short drive off the main road into a carpark which has plenty of spaces and can accommodate larger camper style vehicles (maybe buses). It is a short 10m walk down over the river and up to the cave. You can enter the cave and...More
A beautiful place to take the family, easy walk and the rainforest is refreshing. The bridge that was craved out by the water is a stunning spot so if you are into photography, a camera is a must. Will be visiting again..
Response from barbarafC6236YF | Reviewed this property |
Sorry for the delay in responding. The glow worms can’t be seen dyeing the day. The walk is comfortable and there is no pressure to rush. There are some steps and uneven ground but as long as everyone takes care and watches... More
Sorry for the delay in responding. The glow worms can’t be seen dyeing the day. The walk is comfortable and there is no pressure to rush. There are some steps and uneven ground but as long as everyone takes care and watches their step you will be fine. I’m a pensioner and I was ok. Hope you enjoy the visit
Response from 52Mustang51 | Reviewed this property |
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