Stay Longer, Pay Less!

Elevate your escape at the Binna Burra Rainforest Campsite with up to 50% off on weekday stays

Our exclusive “Stay Longer for Less” sale offers you the perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in the beauty of the World Heritage-listed Lamington National Park. With discounts of up to 50% on stays of up to 5 nights, there’s no better time to plan your adventure.

Drive on sites and campsites:

Discount: Applies to a maximum of 2 occupants. Additional Occupants: $10 per adult, $5 per child.

Discount Structure:

3 nights – 30% off
4 nights – 40% off
5 nights – 50% off

Standard Safari Tents:

Discount: Applies to bookings with 6 occupants included.
Additional Info: Linen sold separately.

Discount Structure:

3 nights – 30% off
4 nights – 40% off
5 nights – 50% off

Nature doesn’t rush, and neither should you. Take your time to explore the stunning waterfalls, rich flora and fauna, and the tranquil trails of Lamington National Park. Our discounted weekday packages make it easier than ever to extend your stay and fully embrace the beauty of the rainforest.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

  • Minimum 3-night stay.
  • Offer valid for new bookings only, for stays Sunday – Thursday, up until 12 September 2024.
  • Blackout dates apply.
  • Not available during school holidays or public holidays.
  • Cannot be used with any other offer or voucher.
  • Up to 50% off discount based on average weekday tariffs for 2 occupants.
Binna Burra Lodge
4.5
Based on 841 reviews
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will callaghanwill callaghan
08:42 19 Jul 24
Stayed in the Tiny Homes in the dead of winter.Did not feel cold at all inside the house.Amazing views and super quiet
Adrian SchermaAdrian Scherma
08:04 18 Jul 24
Just completed a 2 night stay at the Tiny Wild Houses and couldn’t fault anything! The accommodation was so beautifully designed and cozy, with incredible views. The staff were all uniformly friendly and helpful and the food in the tea house hearty and tasty. All local wines and beers was a nice touch too. Highly recommended.
Tyson SmithTyson Smith
11:25 16 Jul 24
Ian ShawIan Shaw
03:53 16 Jul 24
Bree ParkerBree Parker
04:29 15 Jul 24
If you want a winter adventure in the Gold Coast area the Binna Burra lodge is definitely the place to be. It's so close to multiple long hikes that are relatively easy(no climbing involved)you get an amazing view, the staff are really nice and accommodating and for the ecology/biology nerd there is a lot to learn in the lodges library. I stayed in one of the safari tents right outside the tent was a view of the hinterlands, we were right next to the lodge where they service pizza and a nice brewski. The only downside was the beds were a bit rough, I would recommend bringing a hiking mattress.
Nick SearsonNick Searson
12:58 12 Jul 24
My partner and I stayed in the family safari tents, they perfect for what we needed, and the nearby facilities were adequate enough for us to enjoy our stay.The location was second to none as you were starting your hiking a minute after you left the tent.The onsite restaurant was pretty good as well.
Peter LarsenPeter Larsen
02:41 12 Jul 24
Connor OConnor O
09:54 05 Jul 24
Binna burra is outstanding with beautiful very busy during school holidays very overcast the day I went however lots of history my personal favourite area was the bushman’s bar!
John BowmanJohn Bowman
01:23 04 Jul 24
World class. We booked in to Tiny Wild House number 505, Chigigunya, for three nights and then accepted an offer to extend one night. We arrived Friday afternoon greeted through the plate glass windows by a rainbow refracted in the mist of the chasm below the house. Sunday morning the koala was doing his calisthenics in the branches of the gums out front while we lay in our bed. We also saw lots of yellowtail black cockatoos. Plenty of hot water. Compact, convenient, clean lodgings. We walked Dave’s Creek Circuit on Monday morning. Reminded of the grandeur of the Overland Track in Tassie in a more tropical clime. An absolutely majestic and magical hide away for our wedding weekend.
s pikes pike
03:54 30 Jun 24
Jennifer MasonJennifer Mason
19:35 29 Jun 24
Alexia BAlexia B
19:58 22 Jun 24
I had an amazing time staying in the bunk room (alone). You can sleep up to 6 people for very little money, so it's a great way to get out of the city for a weekend away with friends! The campsite amenities are great too, and I even made friends with a group of ('older') Ozzies who come back there every year. Had a blast! Downside is that you need a car to get here. I couldn't find any type of (public or privately owned) transport.
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