Best of All Lookout

Springbrook National Park

Its makes lofty claims... and meets them! This short walk is well worth the effort with excellent views of the Tweed Valley including Mt Warning, Byron Bay and The Cougals. Plus it includes one of the most accessible stands of Antarctic Beech Trees (Nothofagus moorei) in Queensland. If you haven't been there, make sure to stop off next time you're on the plateau.

No Dogs Permitted
Maximum Elevation

Getting there

Head to the end Repeater Station Road on the Springbrook Plateau.

Route/Trail notes

The walk is a short stroll along a clear path. Make sure to check out some of the most accessible Antarctic Beech trees in South-East Queensland.

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Great walk for the entire family. Views more than compensate even for those that don't like bushwalking.

Grumps on 2010

A breezy day to do this walk and loved the python on the path. It seemed to discourage others from the walk!

Laurence Hallam on 15 Dec, 2009

Does this one a few times over the years. Its a great little walk, passing great Antartic Beech trees on the way to one of the great lookouts.

Troy Kasper on 11 Nov, 2009

The view is spectacular!!!!

Viking on 2009

Great look out short walk, can be combined with other walks such purling brook or twin falls circuit.

Ross Cruickshank on 13 Dec, 2008

Awesome view!

Belinda Cruickshank on 13 Dec, 2008

Nice short walk, but my clearest memory that it was absolutely freezing, even though this is Queensland and it was the middle of Summer.

Ian and Sue on Jan, 2005

Really loved the trees on this walk. Walked it with kids. Easy walk.

Natalie Noon on Sometime...

Great little walk with fantastic views at the end, track can get a little slippery in places and theres a few tree roots to watch out for on the path.
Well worth the short walk down to the lookout area

jason pobjoy on Sometime...

I've been to this lookout twice. The first time there was an amazing view, absolutely fantastic. The second time all you could see were clouds and fog, a curtin of white

Lisa Meier on Sometime...

The awe inspiring Antactic Beech trees make this walk a must.

Marian Moore on Sometime...


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