Welcome to 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 more than 160km of walking trails.The two most accessible sections of the park are Binna Burra and Green Mountains, both reached via long, narrow, winding roads... Read More
Top experiences in Lamington National Park
Lamington National Park activities
Cooking Class at Wild Lime Cooking School
A 90 minute scenic drive from both Brisbane and the Gold Coast in the food producers region The Scenic Rim. This gives you close proximity to fantastic local produce - you are in for a taste sensation! A Wild Lime Cooking School Class includes: tea or coffee on arrival, a two hour hands on cooking class, a three course lunch with local wine, afternoon tea and recipes and menus from the day. It is a relaxed and convivial environment. You will leave with a new knowledge of the local Australian ingredients and how they can be used in traditional cuisines. Inspiring, educational but most of all fun! All set in the Lost World Valley kitchen overlooking the World Heritage Listed Mountains of Lamington National Park!