We've put together a handy itinerary for things you've got to do when staying at Binna Burra!
A lot of people know about Binna Burra and Lamington National Park, but it can take a long time before you discover the best things that each has to offer. Consider this a cheat guide to get you out and exploring the best of the best when staying with us! 🌳
Please be advised: The road to Binna Burra is currently closed. Access to Binna Burra and Lamington National Park will become available from 1 September 2020 😊
get a photo with bigfoot! (not what you think)
- Bigfoot is a 5oo-year-old Tallowwood
- Bigfoot's base has a width of 8.25m, twice the size of most other known Tallowwoods.
- Bigfoot is only around 5 minutes into the park, making it easy to get in for a quick photo.
- NOTE: Bigfoot is located on the Bellbird circuit which is not fully open. Turn around barriers are in place.
Whilst the majority of the Bellbird circuit remains closed, you can still head down the track a short distance to view one of Binna Burra's oldest tree giants. It makes for some great pics and you really have to see it in person to appreciate the size! 🌳
Catch the sunrise
- Sunrise is usually visible at 5:00am in Summer and 6:00am in winter
- Wear something warm - it can be quite cold this early in Binna Burra regardless of the season
- Bring a camera and tag us in your great pics!
The morning sun stretching over Binna Burra early in the morning is a sight like no other. You can find dozens of beautiful viewing locations for this golden spectacle including the Lamington Teahouse which is perfect because you'll no doubt be wanting a coffee to kick start your day after waking up to see the sunrise!
Have a picnic on the rocks at Tullawallal
- Tullawalla is a 5km circuit walk
- Allow about 1.5 hours walking time
- The rock clearing is at the top of the stairs seen in the image below
Tullawallal Lookout is a 5 kilometer lightly trafficked loop trail located near Binna Burra that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and running and is accessible year-round.
Marshmallows at the community fire pit
- Firewood is sold here at Binna Burra
- Children must be supervised at all times when attending the communal fire pit
- There are no reservations for the fire pit, all are encouraged to use it communally.
Check out our brand new communal fire pits in the Binna Burra campsite! Don't forget to pack your camping marshmallows so you can enjoy the ultimate traditional experience!
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