On our way from Sprinbrook to Murwillimbah we dropped in to see Natural Bridge & very happy we did. The park is free & only a short drive off the main road.
A couple of car parks & there needed to be as it was very busy - cars & mini-buses. Got a park & headed off on the relatively short track that winds down through the rainforest on a loop walk.
The track follows the stream up towards the bottom of the Bridge seeing the water cascade down into the pond. Then into the cavern under the arch to see the water fall as well as the microbats that live there.
Then a walk back up the hill (fairly easy walk with a few steps) with a couple of viewing spots of the creek, the Arch/Bridge and the waterfall.
No cafe facilities there although on the weekend we visited there was an icecream van doing a good trade. I beleive there were toilet facilities.
Another popular park a few km's back towards Springbrook provided more facilities (picnicing, bbq's, grass) including swimming in the mountain stream.
Only a short activity but well worth the drive.
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