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Springbrook Suburb Profile
4213 QLD
Springbrook Suburb Overview
Originally known as the Numinbah Plateau, Springbrook is a rural town and locality in the City of Gold Coast that borders New South Wales. Subtropical rainforest covers the plateau, and numerous small creeks crisscross it. The area has excellent views of the Gold Coast and is known for its cliffs, waterfalls, and forest walks, most of which are protected in Springbrook National Park. Titled the ‘Switzerland of Queensland’, Springbrook Plateau is the remains of the Tweed Volcano—now known as Mount Warning and the Tweed Valley. The plateau is an undulating elevated patch that extends north from the southern, forested heights, close to Mount Cougal, just to the east. These subtropical rainforests are part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia and contain the rare Antarctic beech trees. Springbrook was widely considered to be part of the McPherson Range. As the area's geology has been understood, it has now come to be typically described as a distinct plateau landform. The plateau is highly visible on the western horizon from the Gold Coast coastal strip. Springbrook Plateau is in the water catchment area for Tallebudgera Creek and the larger Nerang River, dammed by the Hinze Dam, a significant part of the region's water supply infrastructure. Little Nerang Creek flows into Little Nerang Dam.
705

Population

49

Average Age

80

Owner %

45

Family %

Median Property Prices In Springbrook
Check out the median property prices for both houses and units in Springbrook, QLD. Hover over items to transition between purchase and rental prices.

Buy

$1,200,000

House Price

Buy

$407,500

Unit Price

Buy

$1,200,000

Rent

$530 PW

House Price

Buy

$407,500

Rent

$380 PW

Unit Price

Demographics & Lifestyle of Springbrook
The lifestyle and feeling of a suburb is often influenced by the people and places. Find out more about the demographics of Springbrook.

Demographics

In the 2021 Census, there were 705 people in Springbrook. Of these, 53.8% were male and 46% were female. Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people made up 1.0% of the population. The median age of people in Springbrook was 49 years. In Springbrook, 69.6% of people were born in Australia. In Springbrook, 84.3% of people only spoke English at home.

Transport

Road access to this eastern Scenic Rim Mountain is via Mudgeeraba along the Springbrook Road and from Numinbah Valley via Pine Creek Road. To the south of Springbrook is the Tweed Range; to the west are the Numinbah Valley and the Lamington Plateau. Both the Nimmel Range and Tamborine Mountain are to the north, as is Hinze Dam, while the peak of Mount Nimmel is at the north-eastern tip. The plateau is part of a biodiversity hotspot. It is part of the Scenic Rim Important Birdlife Area. The distance between Brisbane and Springbrook is 84 km. The road distance is 103.2 km. Brisbane to Springbrook via drive takes 1h 19m.

Education

Springbrook State School is a government primary (Prep-6) school for boys and girls at 2327 Springbrook Road. There is no secondary school in Springbrook. The nearest government secondary school is Robina State High School in Robina to the north-east.

Amenities

Springbrook Community Centre is at 3-11 Carricks Road. St. Teresa's Catholic Community meets in private homes, but this practise has been suspended during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is part of the Burleigh Heads Catholic Parish within the Archdiocese of Brisbane. The Springbrook Mudgeeraba branch of the Queensland Country Women's Association meets at the Bill Deacon Pavillion, Mudgeeraba Showgrounds, at 115 Mudgeeraba Road, Worongary. Springbrook National Park is a major attraction in the area. Bush camping is not permitted in the national park. There is one camping area on Carricks Road. Springbrook is the eastern end of the Gold Coast Hinterland Great Walk. This mountain hike links to O'Reilly's Rainforest Retreat via Binna Burra.