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Lamington National Park

Binna Burra, New South Wales 4002, Australia
+61 13 74 68
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O'Reilly's Lamington National Park and Tree Top Canopy Tour
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  • Excellent69%
  • Very good26%
  • Average4%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible0%
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“tree top” (11 reviews)
“creek road” (4 reviews)
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Binna Burra, New South Wales 4002, Australia
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+61 13 74 68
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1 - 10 of 104 reviews

Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Although some tracks are still closed post cyclone Debbie, there is a good range of walks from easy to challenging to cater to all levels of bushwalking experience and fitness.

Thank maryhturner
Reviewed 1 May 2017

I haven't been to the Lamington National Park for 10 years. We had intended to do a long circuit walk (21km) but discovered the road had only recently been reopened after cyclone Debbie and many of the longer and remote tracks were closed due to...More

1  Thank Shannynsteel
Reviewed 4 April 2017 via mobile

In a world where rainforest disappears at the rate of an acre per second...., we bushwalking friends, some 30 of us, are so lucky to have such pristine wilderness on our doorstep. The Lamington Border Walk between O'Reilly's and Binna Burra is pure balm for...More

1  Thank Rosemary W
Reviewed 1 March 2017 via mobile

Did a 20km trekking and was so beautiful. Surrounded by green, you can see a lot of waterfalls and blue lobsters. Be prepared with walking shoes and food if you are gonna try one of the paths because can take up to 5 hours and...More

Thank Marjorie M
Reviewed 15 February 2017 via mobile

We had a two day stay and had good walks and wildlife watching. Watch out for the road from Canungra to O'Reilly's. in can take 50 minutes to drive with hairpin bends and narrow roads.

Thank David_Cambridge_UK
Reviewed 8 February 2017

What an amazing part of Qld/NSW border ranges. When you climb to Echo Point Lookout, you can truly appreciate what a vast and beautiful country this is. The views are for miles after a lengthy walk. The track is reasonably maintained. The waterfalls are divine...More

Thank KymMarie220
Reviewed 24 January 2017 via mobile

5km trip which leaves you at a different car park to where you started and you either have to do the circuit again or walk back along the road. Clear track that winds back and forth across the hill and is quite steep in places...More

Thank Kylie C
Reviewed 22 January 2017 via mobile

Trails are varied in length and elevation change but all are doable for persons of average fitness. Trails are well marked and in deep shade for the most part. There are a few well maintained picnic areas, some with BBQs Nice way to spend an...More

Thank cmbtraveller
Reviewed 10 January 2017

It is a 7 km walk on paths that are mostly well groomed. However if it is wet....and this is a rain forest...make sure you have hiking shoes. Sandals are just wrong for this walk. There are leeches and brushing against wet plants with bare...More

1  Thank REO-LTL
Reviewed 2 January 2017

I've been promoting a series of hikes in this national park over the summer. So far we've walked Morans Falls, Python Rock and Gwongoorool Pool tracks. It's been so beautiful everytime my group goes out there.....we always a fabulous experience. I've been taking couchsurfers so...More

1  Thank Candice C
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Alan C
If I just want to drive a car to Lamington National Park and only try the tree top walk. Any charge will be required and how much it is. Many thanks for anyone reply.
7 February 2017|
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Response from Candice C | Reviewed this property |
Hi Alan, I hope this response isn't too late. There is no charge for the treetop walk. Thanks, Candice
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Samantha B
Hi Tripadvisor community! I am trying to plan a girls weekend away for myself and approximately 10-15 friends (ages 25-30 years) in May 2017 and was hoping to get some feedback about what activities everyone could recommend? We are hoping to stay out in the Lamington NP for one weekend and are particularly interested in guided trekking or 4WD tours, waterfalls and nature watching. Due to the large number of us, I'm wondering what the best way is to get to the park (hiring a car/bus etc) and any accomodation that could cater for our number of people. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!
15 October 2016|
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Response from Catherine P | Reviewed this property |
I would look into hiring a minibus. Alpaca farm is a must for the tea terrace view and unique gifts. The walk to Python rock is a great reasonable trek and offers flora, fauna, incredible views and waterfalls. Enjoy x
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