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explore Woonoongoora - Lamington National Park


Discover Unlimited Beauty

Lamington National Park is part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area, the most extensive subtropical rainforest in the world. The area is renowned for its beautiful waterfalls and more than 160 kilometres of walking trails, including the 21.4 kilometre Border track built in the late 1930s and the Binna Burra Caves circuit which has views out over the Coomera Valley waterfalls.

Lamington was saved by Arthur Groom and Romeo Lahey from the logging and farming that changed much of the McPherson Range after being declared in 1915, the pair then went on to found Binna Burra – one of the first eco-tourism resorts in Australia which is settled at the gateway to Lamington National Park. Nature-lovers will be enchanted by the Antarctic Beech, wildflowers and rare wildlife that thrive in the area.


Choose from the many short walks or full day walks available, ensure you pick the walk that best suits the fitness and experience of your group—it will make the world of difference.

Allow 15 to 20min to walk 1km. This time is calculated for people of average fitness and bushwalking experience and who are wearing correct footwear. Walking times are calculated on the time it takes to walk to the destination and return. Please allow longer when walking with children or those less fit. Allow extra time to rest and soak in the landscape and spectacular views.

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