Welcome to Springbrook National Park
The park is divided into four sections. The 900m-high Springbrook Plateau is home to the township of Springbrook, which fans out along Springbrook Rd. Laced with waterfalls, trails and eye-popping lookouts, this section receives the most visitors. The scenic Natural Bridge, off the Nerang–Murwillumbah road, has a 1km walking circuit leading to a huge rock arch spanning a water-formed cave – home to a luminous colony of glow-worms. Mt Cougal, accessed via Currumbin Creek Rd, has several waterfalls and swimming holes (watch for submerged logs and slippery rocks). Numinbah to the north is the most heavily forested section of the park.