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Springbrook National Park

About Springbrook National Park

Springbrook National Park is a unique and precious piece of Australia’s natural landscape. It features lush green rainforests, grand mountainscapes and captivating wildlife living on the McPherson Range – all just 100 km south of Brisbane! This 6,197-hectare protected park has been designated part of UNESCO’s World Heritage–listed Gondwana Rainforest region; an extraordinary combination that makes it one unforgettable destination for nature lovers everywhere.

Spanning from the Gold Coast hinterland of Queensland to northern New South Wales, Springbrook National Park is a hallmark of Australia’s natural heritage. Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994 and added to the Australian National Heritage List 13 years later, this park does excellent sightseeing and serves as a vital conservation space for many threatened bird species within its Important Bird Area region. A Q150 Icon of Queensland since 2009, Springbrook provides visitors with unique experiences amid breathtakingly pristine landscapes.


What to do at Springbrook National Park

Springbrook National Park is a stunning natural oasis only moments away from Brisbane. Situated in the World Heritage-listed Gondwana Rainforest, this land of centuries-old trees and mesmerizing waterfalls offers an awe-inspiring experience for adventurers seeking something special! But what truly sets it apart? The chance to stand at the summit of one of Australia’s dormant volcanoes – an opportunity not to be missed if you’re in search of remarkable memories.

Just a short journey from Brisbane, you’ll find yourself in the ancient rainforest of Springbrook National Park. Known as ‘the Noah’s Ark’ of rainforests, its biodiversity is unmatched – home to more frogs, snakes and marsupials species than anywhere else on Earth! Look no further for nature lovers seeking rare wildlife discoveries: here, you have the unique chance to encounter one-of-a-kind creatures such as Albert’s Lyrebird or land mullet lizards. With an abundance of flora and fauna, this park has something for everyone – so come join us on our adventure through Australia’s oldest wilderness!

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One local company in Gold Coast that is involved in this tourist attraction”;

Name: Demolition Gold Coast Pro

Address: 4 Taree St, Burleigh Heads QLD 4220

Telephone: (07) 5638 1207