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The Binna Burra section of the Lamington National Park covers more than 160 kilometres of protected walking trails, conserving Antarctic Beech, wildflowers and rare wildlife such as the spotted-tailed quoll and Albert’s lyrebird.
This World Heritage area is one of two sections being Binna Burra and Green Mountains, both of which operate privately owned mountain retreats and associated activities such as Segway, zip line and guided ranger tours through the Gondwana rainforest.
Hike the signed trails, such as the 21.4 kilometre famed Border Track with magnificent lookouts to Bellbird, Turtle Rock, Egg Rock and the Numinbah Valley; or the Caves Circuit over the Coomera Valley with Richmond birdwing butterflies, orchids and king parrots.