Springbrook National Park, an ancient wonder

Australia is the only continent that does not have any current volcanic activity.

Tweed Valley is the largest erosion caldera of its kind in the southern hemisphere.

Tweed’s caldera valley is over a kilometre deep and has a diameter of over 40 kilometres.

This region is home to the largest subtropical rainforest in the world.

Natural Bridge is home to the largest colony of glow-worms in the world.

The vegetation in Springbrook has remained the same for nearly 100 million years.

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