Positioned 800 metres above sea level in the sub-tropical rainforest of Lamington National Park, Binna Burra Lodge is an authentic heritage-listed property that has been welcoming visitors since the early 1930s. The ideal hideaway from the chaotic city, Binna Burra boasts a host of amenities for a relaxing stay. Country-style fare can be sampled at the Clifftop Dining Room.
A balcony with outdoor seating in the Acacia Room allows visitors to enjoy views of the mountains or rainforest. The room also features a private ensuite, heater and fan, and a bar fridge. Guests can join a guided walking tour around the National Park to admire the scenic beauty of the surroundings and enjoy extra activities like abseiling, flying fox and archery (at an additional charge and subject to availability).
The room features an en suite bathroom, hot drink-making facilities, and a private balcony with outdoor seating and mountain or rainforest view
Standard occupancy: Two people
Maximum occupancy: Three people
Additional adult (13 years old +): $85 per night; additional child (5 to 12 years old): $55 per night; toddlers aged 0-4 years old can stay free of charge
The Area: Lamington National Park, QLD
As Australia’s largest remnant of subtropical rainforest and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Lamington National Park covers the valleys and cliffs of the McPherson Range with walking trails covering up to 160km. It protects one of the world’s oldest conifers, the Araucaria Cunninghamii, and is home to numerous plant fossils. It is also an important refuge for many animals including endangered birds, the Richmond birdwing butterfly and mammals like the spotted-tailed quoll.
The park is home to a number of songbirds like the satin bowerbird, the eastern bristlebird and the rufous scrub-bird. While walking through the rainforest, tourists may be able to see glimpses of bowerbirds or hear the cry of the green catbird. Approximately 58 plants and more than 22 animals are classified as vulnerable, rare or threatened with extinction in the park. The natural wealth of the park plays a huge role in preserving these species.
Reconnect with nature with a stay in an authentic heritage-listed lodge and explore natural gems of The Lamington National Park
What You Get
$329 for a two-night stay (up to $588 value)
$519 for a three-night stay (up to $867 value)
Included in all options:
Acacia Room for two people
Daily buffet breakfast
Morning and afternoon tea
Afternoon and evening walks and activities
One-hour Hatha Yoga (weekends only)
Communal cheese platter at sunset in the Library
Late check-out by 11am
Parking: Available, surcharges may apply
Smoking policy: No smoking
Pet policy: Not allowed
Adding occupants above standard: One person allowed on the following conditions:
Additional adult (13 years old +): $85 per night
Additional child (5 to 12 years old): $55 per night
Toddlers aged 0-4 years old can stay free of charge
Special request are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges
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The Fine Print
• Deal is valid for 2 adults
• Blackout Dates: public holidays, other blackout dates may apply, please check availability with the property
• Adding occupants above standard: One person allowed on the following conditions:
- Additional adult (13 years old +): $85 AUD per night
- Additional child (5 to 12 years old): $55 AUD per night
- Toddlers aged 0-4 years old can stay free of charge
• No in-room cooking facilities available
• 1-hour Hatha yoga only available on Saturdays and Sundays
• Must be 18 years or older to check in
• A credit card is required at check-in
• Travel insurance not included; customers are advised to purchase appropriate cover after booking
• Read more about purchase options and common Travel Terms here