After a full day exploring Lamington National Park, you’ll need something to eat! But don’t worry – The Scenic Rim has a plethora of fresh produce and some of the best cafes and restaurants around. All of our favourite eats are located within a short distance to most LNP hot spots – check them out below!

Binna Burra Tea House

The Binna Burra Tea House is now open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, 7 days a week. The Tea House is conveniently located a short walk from the entrance to the Lamington National Park hiking trails and the accommodation at Binna Burra. The Tea House also features a neat gift shop with a selection of essential items, gifts, and other local and handmade treasures to take with you as a keepsake of your time spent on top of the world.

Canungra Hub

Specialising in organic ingredients, local or home-grown and prepared fresh, the Hub team prides themselves on everything being home cooked. The eggs used are Organic and Free Range and they use Organic Milk. While they offer bacon, ham and chicken with any of the menu options, the Hub cater to Vegans, Vegetarians, Gluten Free and Dairy Free diets. Bread products are made the Artisan way and are Vegan friendly. Open daily for breakfast and lunch and coffee all day.

Flying Bean Cafe

Enjoy Amore Coffee, tasty meals and homemade scones and cakes….all with an amazing view

Groom’s Cottage ‘Bushwalker’s Bar’

For those wanting something a little more casual and cosy, stop by the ‘Bush Walkers Bar’ for an afternoon drink or a tasty mountain meal, best enjoyed outside at sundown on the terrace, or inside for those colder evenings. The Groom’s Cottage was always the heart of Binna Burra Lodge, being the original home of Arthur Groom who established Binna Burra Lodge (along with Romeo Lahey). It is one of the last Heritage buildings left at Binna Burra, and now open for all guests and day trippers to enjoy.