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, Nature
Lamington National Park - Review
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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Lamington National Park, Binna Burra Reviews
Lamington National Park is a world heritage Park - it can be accessed by road via Binna Burra or Oreillys. If you are in to see nature at its best and like bush walking - this is the place to be. There are nice food outlets at both sites which provide a go meal. It's an easy 2 hour drive from Brisbane or 1 hour drive from Gold Coast. See you there 😎👍👌🇦🇺
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
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.
We took a walk with our teenage daughter here and even she was impressed! Good easy hike. Just take your time and enjoy nature. Bathrooms are by the entrance unless you feel like really being one with nature 😁
The staff are nice, though I arrived too late to venture inside. The waterfall everyone speaks of is an hour walk inside the national park. I highly recommend all tourists to watch out for any stops along the way to the national park. It's the views from afar which are truly worth the drive. Also, I'd highly suggest using a sturdy car and getting a skilled driver. The roads can be narrow with sudden bends. Also heavy cars may slip and fall. Again, it's best you don't go inside the national park rather observe it at a stop from afar to truly capture its beauty as I did in the image attached bellow. Bring food as well as a 'special someone' to cuddle with as the sun sets to make it memorable. I guarantee this is (in my opinion) one of the best places to visit whilst in Gold Coast).