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With spectacular waterfalls, exquisite natural beauty, and lush rainforests, Springbrook National Park is located in southeast Queensland less than 100 kilometers (62 miles) from Brisbane and makes up a quarter of the World-Heritage listed Gondwana Rainforest. Its pristine 6,197 hectares (15,310 acres) of subtropical rain forest are home to rich flora and fauna and some of the finest natural beauties, including exquisite landscapes filled with primitive conifers (dubbed "living dinosaurs,") cliffs, caves, natural bridges, peaks up to 990 meters high (including a dormant volcano), and especially spectacular waterfalls.
Wildlife on land includes possums, sugar gliders, koalas, and exotic frogs and reptiles; in its ponds, pools, and streams, eels and blue spiny crayfish; in the air, butterflies (including the rare Richmond birdwing butterfly) and more than a hundred species of birds such as the yellow-tailed black cockatoo, rufous fantail, whipbird, and satin bowerbird.
Short and Long Walks
There are various walk options available, as short as 300 meters to as long as 54 kilometers. It is a beautiful arena and a walk through this site lets you enjoy high ranging cliffs.
There are child-friendly and safe play areas along with barbeque, which makes this national park a paradise for the picnic lovers.
Numerous forest trails in the Austinville and Numinbah areas of this National park now offer horseback riding. No need to worry as the expert and professional guides support these rides.
Staying in Springbrook National Park
In addition to a camping area, you can also find various homesteads and guesthouses in areas which also offer rocking nightlife, beachside shopping, and even an biggest indoor entertainment facility.