Traditionally people visit the Gold Coast Australia for all the coastal and water based attractions such as swimming, surfing, beaches and the many theme parks and other attractions. But take a step away from the hustle and bustle of the main beach to discover the hinterland and you will get the full Gold Coast experience. Be sure to visit Hinterland destinations such as Springbrook National Park, Canungra and Numinbah Valley. There is so much more to do in the Gold Coast hinterland that is so uniquely different from sites and attractions from anywhere else you may have travelled.
Springbrook is a small settlement nestled amidst the Springbrook National Park. Here, visitors will find Antarctic Beech trees and a captivating plethora of native Australian wildlife and plants. Visitors to Springbrook National Park should also be sure to visit the 1km trail along the Natural Bridge area of the National Park which takes in the glow worm cave at Cave Creek and passes through a Natural Arch. At the foot of the creek visitors can enjoy a rest and have a swim in the Waringa Pool. A number of waterfalls are located with the National Park area which also has some impressive rocky landscapes. Purlingbrook Falls is the most significant of the falls. There are several kilometres of walking trails within the park that let you meander and truly enjoy your Hinterland holiday.
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