Gold Coast Hinterland Great Walk, Lamington National Park
(4.7/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
Gold Coast Hinterland Great Walk is located in Lamington National Park. Put Gold Coast Hinterland Great Walk into our Lamington National Park itinerary maker and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • The highlight of the Lamington National Park. I chose because there are a number of walking trails, a lone and old t. couple we are the shortest course. I think it was about 1 km away is vague memories, or. I think three was still a suspension bridge. The place where the big tree or cave-like in the bathtub (if in make a wish come true "), as well. Fig by or wrapped in a large tree as 絞殺shi, are varied. Birds are often seen, even cry. Enjoy the invigorating feeling.
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  • You can climb the tower for a magnificent 360 degree view to the world below or you can stay on the boardwalk for a view of the forest floor. We have always been lucky to spot many different varieties...  more »
  • We started the Border Track from O'Reillys around 10.30am and arrived at Binna Burrra just after 5pm. The hike is approx. 22km long and you do need to be prepared and take plenty of water and food. We...  more »
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  • Walked for five hours and barely saw anyone. Beautiful at every turn with great views.
  • A nice long, beautiful walk that can be done by anyone, even people who aren't very fit at all.
  • it is amazing to walk through so many different biomes. Binna Burra is World Heritage Area and should stay that way. I went on a 15km bush walk along these trails with my Grade 12 High school Geography class and it was fantastic. Rugged yet well maintained trails, beautiful plants; amazingly tall trees. I learnt that Australia has the tallest trees in the world, while America has the biggest (Widest base) trees. Spectacular views, tranquil sounds, and attractive, fresh smells. The high altitude made the day a very cmfortable temperature and humidity was low. We went on the walk a couple of weeks ago while we were staying at the delightful Binna Burra Mountain Lodge. This Walk is a must, it is a great escape and truly an eye opener through the different species of plant and animal, and the plethora of biomes you will discover.
  • Nice to visit