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Introducing Lamington National Park

Australia’s largest remnant of subtropical rainforest cloaks the deep valleys and steep cliffs of the McPherson Range, reaching elevations of 1100m on the Lamington Plateau. Here, the 200-sq-km Lamington National Park is a Unesco World Heritage site and has over 160km of walking trails.

The two most accessible sections of the park are the Binna Burra and Green Mountains sections, both reached via long, narrow, winding roads from Canungra (not great for big campervans). Binna Burra can also be accessed from Nerang.