The Numinbah Valley is an area of the Gold Coast hinterland in South East Queensland. This Scenic Rim valley contains many rocky outcrops, waterfalls, rainforest walks, and good hinterland scenery.
Compared to other areas of the Gold Coast the Numinbah Valley has remained largely undeveloped in recent decades. On the eastern side of the valley is the Natural Bridge in Springbrook National Park and to the west lies the Lamington Plateau and the Lamington National Park. To the south is the Tweed Valley.
Vegetation in the valley includes dry and wet sclerophyll forest.
The communities of Advancetown and the small township of Numinbah are located in Numinbah Valley.
The valley is the upper catchment for the Nerang River and contains the Hinze Dam.