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Lamington National Park


Rugged mountain scenery, tumbling waterfalls, rainforest, wildflower heaths, tall open forests, picturesque creeks, varied wildlife and some of the best bushwalking in Queensland are protected in Lamington National Park. Lamington is the core of the Central Eastern Rainforest Reserves Australia World Heritage Area along the Queensland-New South Wales border ranges.

The park’s beautiful rainforests include the largest subtropical rainforest remnant in the world and one of the most extensive Antarctic beech cool temperate rainforests in Australia. Lamington National Park is home to an incredible variety of wildlife including rare and threatened plants and animals such as the Coxen’s fig-parrot, eastern bristlebird, Richmond birdwing butterfly, milk-vine and blotched sarcochilus, a beautiful orchid.

Binna Burra is near Beechmont, about 110km or 1 hour 40 minutes’ drive from Brisbane, or an hour from the Gold Coast via either Canungra or Nerang. Green Mountains is about 115km or almost two hours from Brisbane and 70km or 90 minutes from the Gold Coast via Canungra.

 

 
 
 
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