Springbrook National Park Part I

I hope you’re not sick of rainforest shots, because the next two posts are going to be in the same vein as the last. Springbrook National Park is in the Gold Coast hinterland, south of Brisbane, and it’s famous for its “Natural Bridge” – a bridge of rock that has formed over aย rainforest pool, with a resident population of glow worms. You can’t actually swim in the pool anymore because the glow worms were declining in number from all the human interference, and the barriers that have been set up are quite restrictive as far as photography. But if it helps protect the little worms I certainly don’t have a problem with it! The place is still stunning.

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