Natural Bridge, Springbrook, Queensland – Photo

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Natural Bridge (also known as Natural Arch) S.E.Queensland

Natural Bridge Queensland

Natural Bridge in South East Queensland, Australia is a stunning combination of sculptured landforms and lush green rainforest.

Natural Arch Queensland pictorial map

Only half an hour inland from Surfers Paradise, or an hour and a quarter from the city of Brisbane its a perfect introduction to some of Australia’s beautiful trees and plants (other than eucalypts 😉 )

There’s a short circuit walk that takes you past strangler figs, palms and high in the canopy birds nest ferns down to Cave Creek where years of water erosion has resulted in water falling down into a cave through its basalt roof. At night the ‘fairy lights’ of glow worms can be seen.

Have you been there yet? 😀

Here’s a more detailed post on Natural Arch (Natural Bridge)

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8 thoughts on “Natural Bridge, Springbrook, Queensland – Photo

    • The border between NSW and Qld really deserves some time to explore –
      The rainforest along the range between the two states is one of my favourite regions in Australia 🙂

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    • I love the Strangler fig near the top, the walk through the rainforest vegetation and then the beautiful river pouring through into this cave.
      It really is worth the trip, although I have to confess, I tend to wait for visitors as my excuse to go there…
      Do you have anyone coming to stay soon Desolie? 😉

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