Visitor Information Centre
The Visitor Information Centre is at the entrance to Springbrook Mountain near Wunburra Lookout. There is plenty of parking and visitor information is available 24/7. The centre is open on weekends and public holidays from 10:00am to 2:00pm.
Visitor Information Centre Photo: Adam Maund
Craft Corner Gallery
Local artisans have formed a cooperative to promote and market their arts and crafts. They also sell local produce.
Arts and Crafts Photo: Adam Maund
Arts and Crafts in Springbrook Photo:Adam Maund
Name: Springbrook Mountain Arts and Crafts Community Inc
Phone: 07 5533 5141 or 0409 198 545
Address: Cnr Springbrook Rd and Lyrebird Ridge Rd, Springbrook QLD
Springbrook Massage and Beauty
Relax and be rejuvenated with massage and beauty treatments in a world away from your everyday stresses.
Annette and Christina at Springbrook Massage and Beauty are experienced and professional. They have been serving Springbrook visitors and residents for over 20 years, so you are assured of a quality treatment.
They will create your own private day spa experience with a luxurious mobile Massage and/or Beauty Therapy.
Phone: 0427 415 299
Self Help Retreat
Selfhelp Retreat was established at Springbrook in 1989.
We produce medicinal herbs and remedies and local turmeric and garlic.
Selfhelp Retreat is a ‘farm-acy’ run on organic and permaculture principles.
Medicinals comply with Australia’s Therapeutic Goods Act (TGA).
Selfhelp Retreat is a member of the Slow Food International Network.
Farm visits are welcome by arrangement.
Mfest started in 2007 as a celebration of motherhood and the creativity of women. Initially an outdoor festival with live women-led music, food and market stalls by 2009 it grew to include women tent-workshops, a mass spiritual dance and rituals.
It is an annual event usually held on the Saturday of the Mothers Day weekend. The festival kicks off at 10:00am and activities wind down by late afternoon. The local community really pulls together to get the tent up, make sure there is plenty of food and entertainment and lots to do for mums, dads and all the kids.
There are many stories of the mysterious yowie wandering in the canyon below the escarpment. Occasionally they’ll come up to the plateau to frighten a few locals. Be on the lookout, particularly after dusk.