Lamington National ParkCurrently Closed
- Address: Binna Burra QLD 4211, Australia
- Timings: 07:30 am - 04:00 pm Details
- Phone: +61-137468
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: National Park, Family And Kids, Point Of Interest, Nature
Lamington National Park is a 20,600 hectares situated on the Lamington Plateau of the McPherson Range. It is famous for its stunning natural beauty, unperturbed rainforests, antediluvian trees and amazing biodiversity. This place has great views from several spots. It has a wide variety of trails, from very easy to super difficult. A number of waterfalls dot the region, and provide a great ecological impetus. Visit this place to experience the magic of the virgin rainforests and breathtaking biodiversity.
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The staff member who spoke with me at the main centre of the park was a lovely man. Very informative and helpful. The park itself is beautiful. I went part-way on one of the tracks towards a waterfall on the Coomera river. Unfortunately I didn't leave enough time to make it. I will be back here soon enough to explore and do some more of the hikes!
One of the nicest places to explore. Truly beautiful. Cannot recommend highly enough if you are considering a visit. Crisp fresh air and abundance of flora and fauna.
Nice organized camping area with toilets and showers. Be aware the water is not safe to drink! But great secluded area with hikes perfect for birding
Incredible park! We made a trail running for the 19km! The path is great and challenging. Always with great views and changing vegetation! Make sure to have a map or something. Sometimes the signage wasn’t really helpful and we got lost a couple of times. There are lots of ways and paths.
I've been coming here for decades. So much to explore when it comes to nature. There is the first ever build tree top walk, with a vertical climb through two levels that has an elevation of more than 30 meters. When it's windy the whole tree swings! It's just a fantastic destination for most people.