Springbrook Natural Bridge south of Brisbane, Australia
Photo by Jay Wilbur
Example Waterfall Natural BridgeNABSQNO 56J-523930-6877205. Springbrook Natural Bridge is a young waterfall natural bridge formed where Cave Creek plunges over a basalt cliff in Springbrook National Park, Queensland, Australia. Since the waterfall has not retreated from the opening, this natural arch is considered young.
The park is located south of Brisbane, on the Numinbah Valley Road, about 3km north of the border with New South Wales. The natural arch is reached via a 1km loop trail that leads from a car park to its base after winding through dense subtropical rainforest.
The pool beneath the waterfall is deep and shaded. It is an excellent spot for a refreshing swim.
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