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Start your day early and you will have a delightful drive through rolling country to Canungra. The drive up the hill is glorious and the view... just special.
As you approach the top you drive through trees that make a tunnel for the road, opening...More
Wish Australia never loses it's forests like the rest of Asia is tragically managing to achieve in remarkable expediency. We had a wonderful three nights stay here at two locations. Food was not much to write about in both places but the view and the...More
Lamington National Park sits between the access roads to Binna Burra or O'Reilly's offering seemly endless hiking options, but equally great sunday drives and teahouses at either end.
Binna Burra is far more accessible, a shorter drive off the Beechmont Rd whereas O'Reilly's is about...More
A walk in Lamington National Park @ Binna Burrell in the hinterland of the Gold Coast in Australia, is a nice day escape and a very zen experience among the mountain eucalypts, pines and palms. Add to that a waterfall, a crystal clear stream and...More
From the O'Reileys carpark - where there are lots of different birds to see (and even the occasional snake!), follow the boardwalk to the by donation tree top walk - the first in the world installed in the 1970's. Then check out the "Mountain Garden"...More
My daughter and I took the long drive up to the Green Mountain section and we loved it. We saw a wallaby near Moreton Falls. The views are amazing. It is cool in the rainforest no matter what time of day you choose to complete...More
Response from Catherine P | Reviewed this property |
I would look into hiring a minibus. Alpaca farm is a must for the tea terrace view and unique gifts. The walk to Python rock is a great reasonable trek and offers flora, fauna, incredible views and waterfalls. Enjoy x