Enjoy an hours walk to see Purling Brook Falls at Springbrook National Park in the Gold Coast Hinterlands, Queensland, Australia.
Our last visit at the Lamington National Park was short and sweet, so we wanted to explore a different part of the national park around.
Here’s some cinematic scenes of our day at Purling Brook Falls.
It was a pretty easy drive to get there from Brisbane, and the car park was actually quite big. After munching on our lunch, we went straight on the hour’s walk.
One tip I read was to go clockwise round the circuit walk as it will be easier to climb back up if you’re going to do a full round. It was definitely a lot quicker and easier for us to get back.
We saw some friendly creatures along the way, our friends even spotted a brown snake which I was really scared that I was going to step on as I’ve heard they camouflage into the brown leaves on the pathway.
These types of walks are by far one of our favourite things to do. It may take us double the amount of time to do it since we taking photos and videos but hope you guys can picture what it was like there and you can visit there too! We’d love to know if there are other similar places like this within Australia that we should see, you leave a comment below 👇🏼
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Hey guys, love your work showcasing Australia - especially the fuji shots! That lizard is a skink, which is harmless. Cheers!
Thanks for letting us know Ross! The lizard seemed pretty harmless, we've never seen one like it before - was intriguing.