Springbrook & Tamborine Rainforest Tour

From AUD $169.00
  • Duration: 9 Hours (approx.)
  • Location: Brisbane, Queensland
  • Product code: QDTSP

 *  Springbrook  *  Mount Tamborine  * Natural Arch  *  Glow Worms  *  Rainforests  *  Waterfalls


Explore the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage area. This tour takes in both the rainforests of Springbrook and  Tamborine National Parks. See two beautiful waterfalls set in a natural sub-tropical rainforest. Walk through the filtered light of the forest surrounded by the towering rainforest trees with their tangle of vines, moss

covered trees and that rich ‘earthy” smell of the forest. A chance to spot the forest wildlife including the shy pademelons (rainforest wallabies), brush turkeys, goanna and water dragons. You will marvel at the unique Natural Bridge (Arch) with the waterfall plunging into the cave below.

Mount Tamborine brings a break to explore the Tamborine Village “Gallery Walk” (free time). Here you will be able to find a choice of cafes where lunch can be purchased. Or bring your own. Afternoon includes a guided tour of the award winning Glow Worm caves at Cedar Creek. A unique experience. We finish the day with a rainforest walk to Curtis Falls. A 50 minute drive will have you back in Brisbane late afternoon.

Included:

. Comprehensive guided tour.

. Natural Bridge (Arch) – cave and waterfall set in a World Heritage listed rainforest.

. Springbrook National Park rainforest walk – circuit walk 1km (walking time approx. 45min)

. Numinbah Valley drive – scenic drive through the
towering escarpments overlooking the quaint farms and villages of the Valley.

. Mount Tamborine  –  popular tourist area with stunning mountain scenery, boutique wineries, vineyards, and arts and craft district.

. Rock Pools and Falls

. Gallery Walk (Arts and Craft district / micro-brewery / cheese factory)

. Cedar Creek Glow Worm Cave (guided tour – entry included)

. Mountain lookouts


Queensland Day Tours acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we travel and pay our respects to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. We extend particular respect  to Elders past, present and emerging.