The scenery at the Purling Brook Falls is spectacular! In fact, if you go and see the canyons steep cliffs and water cascading more than 100 metres and tell us you’re not impressed, you'll get a full refund for this description. The Falls are beautiful year round, when its dry a trickle dances over them and creates a rainbow against the cliffs, while after heavy rain a torrent crashes into the valley below filling it with an enchanting mist. It’s an easy walk to the lookout on the edge of the cliffs presenting stunning views of the falls - we just hope you’re not afraid of heights - or else a round trip walk down into the canyon to view the falls from below takes about 2-3 hours or longer if you add on a swim at the Warringa Pool.
Springbrook National Park
Springbrook Rd, Springbrook
Spending at least a day experiencing the Springbrook world heritage listed national park is an absolute must. Just 45 minutes’ drive from Surfers Paradise, the hinterland rises up to the volcanic plateau of Springbrook, formed some 23 million years ag