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All reviewsmt warningbyron baylives up to its namespringbrook national parkthe gold coastnew south walesviewing platformtweed headsbeech treebeautiful rainforestshort walk from the car parknice easy walkworth the triptweed riverdegree viewday tripmy partner
The walk to the look out point was not too strenuous and definitely worth the effort for the view at the end.
It was amazing to see the whole of the coastline from there especially as they have a legend naming the mountains and areas...More
Once you've driven up to the carpark, it's a short (about) 7 minute walk to the lookout. It was really surreal and being so high up, it was really quiet and peaceful. Good place to just gawk at natural beauty.
The Antarctic trees 50m away were interesting but the lookout had more hype than view. Yes it’s a nice expansive view but there are not major mountain peaks nor cliff faces nor waterfalls. I’d suggest the lookout at Python Rock trail in Lamington instead.
In the parking place there was a premonitory 'beware of thieves' which force us to visit the platform in shifts. Setting that aside it is arguably a remunerative 350m rainforest stroll with three vistas. Te tentacular huge ancient beech trees coming as a specimen of...More
My husband & I walked this track to the Best Of All Lookout.
It was an easy 350m walk that anyone could do.
We got to walk through the lush forest and pass the ancient Antarctic Beech Trees until we reached the lookout where we...More
My fiancé and I went up for a day trip and it was beautiful. The pathway was well maintained and cared for. It was nice and crisp so if make sure to take a jumper. Unfortunately we couldn’t enjoy the quiet surroundings because there were...More
The quietness, the majesty of that view is just breathtaking. One can see from there to the cosat, take in northern NSW, Point Danger, and obviously Queensland. The Name Says it all, Best of ALL Lookout.