As part of the Queensland Governments response to COVID-19 (coronavirus), all camping areas and camp sites, barbecue facilities, specified high visitation sites, and all Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (QPWS) Visitor Centres and Wildlife Centres within Queensland national parks, state forests and recreation areas are closed until further notice. However, four-wheel drive trails, mountain bike trails, walking tracks and trails (excluding overnight hiking tracks), bushwalks and national park coastal walks, remain open
Whilst visiting the popular Springbrook National Park, make sure you visit the Best of All Lookout. This lookout is known as the best viewing point on the Gold Coast and offers some of the most beautiful views of the surroundings.
Best of All Lookout is within the Springbrook National Park and from here, you will get the most amazing views of the entire plateau and ancient Antarctic Beech forest.
Best of All Lookout – Spingbrook National Park, Gold Coast
The walk along the lookout is an easy stroll; therefore, it takes only a few minutes to cover the entire area. Unfortunately, the lookout doesn’t include wheelchair access, therefore it is not suitable for the physically impaired or those with prams or strollers.
The best time to visit the lookout is during the early morning hours or late afternoon; at particularly at sunrise and sunset. The area also serves as a great picnic spot for families and couples alike. So whether your interest is to picnic, hike or just to take a few photos, come to the Best of All Lookout with your entire family.
For those who are only passing through, note that the Best of All Lookout is close to the Springbrook National Park entrance so is easily accessible for a quick look. It will only take 30 minutes for you to cover the entire lookout area of 600 metres and return to the car park.