Springbrook National Park is a protected natural area located in the Gold Coast Hinterland. Over6,000 hectares, the park offers visitors the chance to explore Queensland’s stunning natural scenery. Here you can walk on an ancient volcano and witness the verdant rainforests along the slopes. Springbrook National Park is part of the Gondwana Rainforests, a UNESCO World Heritage area and the most extensive area of subtropical rainforest on Earth. Be sure to visit Natural Bridge, a picturesque rock arch that extends over Cave Creek. With flora, fauna, waterfalls and rock formations, there is no shortage of things to see at Springbrook National Park.