Natural Bridge, Springbrook National Park

Natural Bridge, Springbrook National Park is an unusual geological feature created over millions of years by water tumbling through the roof of a basalt cave. The cave is home to an amazing colony of glow-worms, whose lights can be seen only after sunset.

Lookouts and lush rainforest also grace this part of the Gondwna Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area, making it one of the most popular parks in Australia. There is a short circuit walk incorporating the natural arch over Cave Creek, and the unique waterfall and cave.

On summer nights, see luminous fungi and fireflies. During the day, you can hear the calls of paradise riflebirds, green catbirds and wompoo fruit-doves.

Natural Bridge, Springbrook National Park, Qld, Australia = 3 shot pano from the Lumix FZ35

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