Natural Bridge Circuit

20 min to 30 min

900 m

↑ 63 m
↓ -63 m

Easy track
Starting from the car park off Bakers Road, Natural Bridge, this circuit walk explores the hoop pine forest via a paved track, visiting a waterfall and a cave next to each other. Prepare to be amazed by the ambiance of the glowworm-lit cave as you listen to the sound of water gushing down. Don’t be afraid of the microbats, but keep your distance. If you’re there in summer, luminous fungi and fireflies can make your experience even more magical. Out of the cave, you'll be accompanied by birdsong throughout the loop. Keep an eye out for Paradise Riflebirds, Green Catbirds and the dark-eyed Sooty Owl. You may run into some fluffy koalas as well. Please avoid using your phone’s flash or any other synthetic light source to view the glowworms, as it really hurts and disorients them and other animals. Use long exposure if you want to take a picture. The track can be busy around peak hours, come early or in the evening to avoid traffic. Swimming is prohibited. Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.
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