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Gondwana Rainforest Tours

Sprawling over more than 360,000 hectares, the Gondwana Rainforest is one of Australia’s most important ecological sites, famed for its abundance of rare and endangered wildlife.

Protected as a UNESCO World Heritage site, the rainforest areas are mostly found along the coastal region of southern Queensland and northern New South Wales and encompass more than 50 national parks, forests and reserves. 

The most visited areas include the Lamington National Park, Tamborine Mountain National Park and Border Ranges National Park in Queensland, and Springbrook National Park, Dorrigo National Park and Mount Warning National Park in New South Wales. Within the parks, hiking, climbing and camping are among the favorite pastimes of visitors, with a vast network of walking trails and an abundance of natural landmarks, including the mighty Tweed Volcano. For nature enthusiasts, the main draw is the spectacular variety of wildlife, including endemic species like Hastings river mouse, spotted-tailed quoll and mountain tree frog, and rare birds including wompoo dove, marbled frogmouth and lyre bird.

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The Gondwana Rainforest is located throughout southeast Queensland and northeast New South Wales.

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Springbrook National Park Hiking Tour Including Purling Brook Falls from the Gold Coast, Gold ... 

Springbrook National Park Hiking Tour Including Purling Brook Falls from the Gold Coast

Purling Brook Falls hike has some spectacular waterfalls, lush rainforest, ancient trees, impressive views, exceptional ecological importance and natural ...  Read more

Location: Gold Coast, Australia
Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes (approx.)

From USD $74.75

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