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Tamara
December 24, 2021
Natural Bridge at Springbrook National Park. The Cave is home to a colonel of glow worms. There is a circuit to walk that takes roughly an hour. Swimming is not permitted to protect glow worms.
Michael
October 12, 2021
Great for a day trip, best seen at night for the glow worms. Natural Bridge is in the western part of Springbrook National Park, part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area. The park's Natural Bridge section features a picturesque rock formation, formed by the force of the waterfall over the basalt cave. It is easily accessible from the Nerang-Murwillumbah Road car park. Follow the easy one kilometre circuit (walk in a clockwise direction) and descend through ancient Gondwana rainforest to the Natural Bridge rock arch. Hoop pines emerging from surrounding forest are living relics of the Jurassic Age, 180 million years ago. During the day spot paradise riflebirds, green catbirds, wompoo fruit-doves and also rare and threatened species like the cascade tree frog, tusked frog, sooty owl and koala. At night join a guided nocturnal tour to see the resident colony of protected glow-worms and microbats. On summer nights, also see luminous fungi and fireflies. Part of Cave Creek in the Natural Bridge section is a Restricted Access Area. Swimming in the creek, including within the cave, and access to the creek bank is prohibited.
Great for a day trip, best seen at night for the glow worms. Natural Bridge is in the western part of Springbrook National Park, part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area. The park's Natural Bridge section features a picturesque rock formation, formed by the force of the wa…
Lulu
July 17, 2021
A must do- Glow worms caves can only be found in Australia and New Zealand. The glow worms, who are actually the larva stage of a small fly and not worms, are rare and fragile so it’s important to respect the instructions on site to protect them
Tracey
November 14, 2020
Natural Bridge is beautiful. you can see the glow worms. please remember that the border closes at 8pm NSW time.
Graham & Nicole
October 24, 2020
Follow the easy 1 km (walk in a clockwise direction) and descend through ancient Gondwana rainforest to the Natural Bridge rock arch. Hoop pines emerging from the surrounding forest are living relics of the Jurassic Age, 180 million years ago. During the day spot paradise riflebirds, green catbirds, wompoo fruit-doves and also rare and threatened species like the cascade tree frog, tusked frog, sooty owl and koala. At night see the resident colony of protected glow-worms and microbats. On summer nights, also see luminous fungi and fireflies. Part of Cave Creek in the Natural Bridge section is a Restricted Access Area. Swimming in the creek, including within the cave, and access to the creek bank is prohibited.
Follow the easy 1 km (walk in a clockwise direction) and descend through ancient Gondwana rainforest to the Natural Bridge rock arch. Hoop pines emerging from the surrounding forest are living relics of the Jurassic Age, 180 million years ago. During the day spot paradise riflebirds, green catbird…

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