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Springbrook National Park

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Queensland’s Gold Coast visible from Springbrook National Park. Purling Brook falls, a single plunge of over 100 metres. Walking track leads under the Twin Falls. The Little Nerang Creek trickles past an old pump house upstream of the Purling Brook falls. Cave Creek running through the rainforest. Mossy fallen logs and morning light in the rainforest. Twin Falls. Looking across over the rainforest floor from the wall of the canyon. Purling Brook falls, a single plunge of over 100 metres. Rainforest plant. Low sun, ferns, moss and fungus in the rainforest. Ferns attached to a tree in the rainforest. Cliffs of the escarpment over the Springbrook canyon. Small fern catches the light in the rainforest. Twin Falls. Natural Bridge Falls. The Natural Bridge formation on Cave Creek. Looking up between a fallen slab of rock and the canyon wall. Spider web makes a nice bed in the rainforest. Morning light angles through the rainforest. Track around below the escarpment cliff face. Old fenceline rotting away in the rainforest near Purling Brook falls. Part of the Twin Falls cascades over a walking track. Boulder strewn bed of Cave Creek. Small waterfall fed from the dry forest above into the canyon below. Twin Falls, a torrent during the wet season, not so much during the dry. Grasses, mosses and small ferns loving the wet conditions behind Twin Falls. A pool formed at the base of the Twin Falls. Twin Falls. Little Nerang Creek upstream of the Purling Brook falls.

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