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Natural Bridge – Springbrook national park

Natural Bridge - Springbrook National Park

Natural Bridge

Springbrook National Park

A basalt rock formation where cave creek drops through a hole in the cave roof into a pool below, the cave is home to glow worms and a microbat colony. Access to the cave is via an easy, scenic walk from the car park along a paved track loop that passes through stunning rainforest and along cave creek. The walking track carpark is on Bakers Road, off Nerang Murwillumbah Road, Beechmont.

Due to a series of unfortunate injuries the pool and the creek bank is off limits to walking and swimming, which thankfully makes it more enjoyable, and will ensure it remains in its current condition for generations to come.

Natural bridge Springbrook National Park Waterfall
Springbrook national park
Natural Arch, Springbrook National Park, Waterfall, Black and White
Natural Bridge, Springbrook National Park

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