Located in the south west of Gold Coast, Natural Bridge is in the local government area of South East of
Queensland, Australia. The name has been derived from a rock arch in Springbrook National Park and
through this arch flows a tributary of the river Nerang. Situated at the southern extent of the Nerang
River Valley, Natural Bridge sits between Binna Bura and Springbook Plateau in the Scenic Rim Region.
On the western side, it is guarded within Lamington National Park and is dotted with waterfalls, peaks,
as well as lookouts that rise above 1,100 meters. A community based camp is run by the Police Citizens
Youth Club as an initiative by the community group accommodation centre. Species like cascade tree
frog, sooty owl, koala, green cat birds, paradise rifle birds, etc. can be seen in the springbook national
Highlights: the nocturnal tour of microbats and glow-worms, walking, bird watching.