Lamington National Park in Gold Coast

Lamington National Park Overview

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Beyond the beaches, Gold Coast is a place of absolute natural beauty and is home to more than 100,000 hectares of world heritage-listed rainforest. Spreading over an area of 200 square kilometers, Lamington National Park is one such UNESCO World Heritage Site near Gold Coast. It is home to Australia’s largest preserve of sub-tropical rainforests and boasts of many beautiful walking and cycling trails.

Binna Burra and Green Mountains are the two most popular regions of the park and have a number of attractions for tourists. Lush green rainforests with a wide variety of flora, breathtaking views, beautiful walking tracks and exceptional natural beauty – these are some of the things that make the National Park what it is.

A lot of hiking opportunities are also in store for you at the Lamington National Park. The tree-top walk at the Green Mountains is a must-do. The more adventurous can take the 54-kilometre Great Walk which runs from the Green Mountains and passes through Binna Burra.

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