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 with more than 160km of walking trails. The park is known as Woonoongoora to the local Yugambeh people, meaning 'quiet and timeless', and you can spend days exploring this stunning part of the hinterland, but it also offers plenty of short walks, waterfalls, birdwatching and picnic areas for day trippers too. The two most accessible sections of the park are Binna Burra on the eastern side and Green Mountains (O'Reilly's) on the western side.