BUSHWACKER ECO TOURS, offers nature based walks and hikes to Southern Queensland's World Heritage Rainforests.
Spend a day with our Guides to get an in-depth understanding of these ancient Forests. Our tours are suitable for nature lovers and outdoor people.
Our day tours and walks are fully guided and consist of small groups.
Spectacular waterfalls, lush rainforest, ancient trees, impressive views, exceptional ecological importance and natural beauty, make Springbrook National Park an outstanding World Heritage Area to visit.
Dominating the Gold Coast's western skyline, Springbrook's cool forests and mountain streams offer visitors views of impressive landscapes, and walks among subtropical and temperate rainforest, open eucalypt forest and montane heath.
Spectacular waterfalls, cascades and tumbling creeks are dominant features in this World Heritage-listed park.
Springbrook National Park covers 3425ha and is in three sections - Springbrook Plateau, Mount Cougal to the east and Natural Bridge to the west.
The Plateau has many lookouts with fabulous views while Mount Cougal offers an insight into the area’s logging history.
Visit Natural Bridge by day to see a unique waterfall.
"Loved the waterfall walks, swimming and Best of All lookout. Great guides who could say a lot about the plants & animals." Dominique from Switzerland - 6/1/16
'What a great way to spend a day, walking around in the cool air of the Australian Rain Forest.
A drive down the highway from Brisbane City to the hinterland of the Gold Coast and up into the Springbrook National Park to see great waterfalls and the amazing Natural Bridge the prehistoric region and all the history.
Sunrover Tours supplied a cheap way to see the area and the guided tour gave an insight into the history.
The short walk to see the Natural Bridge and small flying bats in the cave just made for a good day.
The twin falls had plenty of water coming down and we were able to walk under it. Thank Sunrover.' Dave - Brisbane - November 2017
"We enjoyed the walk in Rainforest and see the falls" Thais - Brazil - October 2017
Springbrook National Park - Rainforest Bushwalks and guided hikes
Natural Arch and the Natural Bridge- true miracle of nature
2 hour Twin Falls Circuit- moss and fern covered rocks hides a magnificent waterfall
Blackfellow Falls- Sub tropical rainforest is home to many rare plants and animals.
Canyon Lookout- Giant Rainforest trees towering out of cave freshwater creek
Get up close with Australian wildlife. Friendly Rosellas, King Parrots, Bowerbirds and Kangaroo
Stop for a picnic lunch at a beautiful location - relax mountain style - swim or look for wildlife.
Enjoy the Numinbah Valley - World Heritage listed- Great views of working Queensland
DISCOVER WORLD HERITAGE RAINFOREST
Spectacular water falls, lush rainforest, ancient trees, impressive views, exceptional ecological importance and natural beauty make Springbrook National Park an outstanding World Heritage Area to visit.
Our tours are suitable for nature lovers and outdoor people. Our day tours and walks are fully guided and consist of small groups.
Discover the World Heritage Rainforest of Springbrook National Park through the eyes of a highly trained professional.
Your guide will provide you with insights into characteristics of these Central Eastern Rainforest Reserves.
You start our program by visiting the spectacular Natural Arch.
This amazing natural formation is a waterfall and cave all in one, courtesy of mother nature.
Next we are off to Springbrook National Park.
With waterfalls cascading overhead, marvel at the wonders of the rainforest while walking the Twin Falls Circuit.
Our guided walk through sub-tropical and temperate rainforests takes you a little further, to the view points that most visitors miss out on.
A fresh and healthy picnic lunch is provided onsite at Springbrook by your tour guide.
Cool off in one of the many flowing pools, swim or dip your toes in the fresh cool water.
Keep a lookout for native wildlife such as wallabies and rainforest birds. Rare wildlife that can be spotted from the walking tracks such as platypus, spotted quoll and wombats.
Use your camera, hug a giant tree! Smell the fresh air of the mountains and experience the creepy crawly insect world of this unique World Heritage rainforest.
This brings you to the end of sightseeing and exploring activities with your guide.
On the return drive to Brisbane you can recall the stunning mountain views, waterfalls, forests, animals and bird life that make this region such a great destination to explore!
Tour includes: Lunch, National Parks fees, Brisbane or Gold Coast pick up and drop off!
What to bring: Towel, Camera, Sunscreen, Hat, Swimming gear, Insect repellant, walking shoes, warm clothes (winter), Rain Jacket, bottle of water, sense of humour!
Departs: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Client Cancellation Fee: +48 hours prior = 50% of fare, 24 hours prior = 100% of fare
Cancellation by Bushwacker Eco Tours: Bushwacker Eco Tours reserve the right to cancel tours in situations of extreme conditions or if group numbers are insufficient.
Clients will be given the option to travel on another date or given a full refund.
Departures are not weather dependent. We recommend you come prepared for the prevailing conditions. In cases of extreme weather conditions.
Moreton Bay Escapes and Bushwacker Eco Tours reserve the right to change the scheduled destination for customer safety and enjoyment.
Brisbane City - Roma Street Transit Centre- Street Level - Bus stop 125, opposite the police station for a 7am departure. Return 6pm
Redcliffe Jetty - 6:45am Return 7pm
Port of Brisbane - Moreton Island Ferry - 14 Howard Smith Drive - 8am - Return 5:30pm
Gold Coast Transit Centre Beach Road - Surfers Paradise at 8:30am - Return 4pm
Please call 1300 559 355 or email firstname.lastname@example.org 24hrs prior to departure to confirm all pick up locations and times.
Failure to do this may result in loss of seat.