The area first attracted European settlers to its rich timber resources in the early 1900s. Tourism developed at a rapid pace from the 1920s, and it is still a thriving and popular place today. There are a number of heritage sites so history lovers can still get their fill.Things to do
Springbrook National Park is home to the towering Springbrook Mountain. Great for climbing and hiking, you can see an abundance of native flora and fauna as well as enjoying some truly magical views. Mount Warning is another top spot. It is the remains of a volcano. Steeped in Aboriginal legends, Mount Cougal ’s twin peaks are also very popular. As the name suggests, one of the best places to enjoy the views is the Best of All Lookout. There are loads of forest trails, and the area is well-known for its cascading waterfalls and craggy cliffs. Visit the stunning Natural Bridge and see how Mother Nature can create some beautiful structures. Step into the glow worm filled cave and paddle in the babbling creek. Pack a picnic for your days out and dine al fresco in some of the country’s most scenic places.Shopping and dining
There are a few places to pick up some basic provisions as well as a handful of nice cafes and coffee shops. This place is more about nature though than commercialised activitiesGetting here and around
We have some great deals on flights to the Gold Coast, and Brisbane is less than 100 kilometres away. Hiring a car is the best way to see all of Springbrook’s many delights, although you can also join several tours of the area. Wotif has some excellent Springbrook hotels for the perfect vacation in this stunning area.
Hotels in Springbrook start at AU$135 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.