THE ULTIMATE STAY- CATION
FANCY A MORNING HIKE THROUGH RUGGED, BREATHTAKING MOUNTAIN SCENERY, LUNCH ON A LITERAL CLIFFTOP, A SPOT OF ARCHERY OR ABSEILING, ALL BEFORE RETREATING TO YOUR OWN PRIVATE RAINFOREST SANCTUARY? YOU’LL FIND ALL THESE ADVENTURES (AND MORE) JUST AN HOUR FROM
Since 1933, Binna Burra Lodge has provided a place for people to experience the beauty of the heritagelisted Lamington National Park rainforest. While a lot has certainly changed since Arthur Groom and Romeo Lahey founded the destination 85 years ago, the environment is still what Binna Burra Lodge is all about.
Your iphone or laptop may not be essential for your stay at Binna Burra Lodge, but a sense of adventure certainly is. With a tonne of family-friendly activities available – from ‘wild’ hikes and flying foxes to archery and ropes courses – there’s no better place to test your limits and get out of your comfort zone. Whether you get your adrenaline-fix by abseiling down cliff faces or challenging your brain and endurance with some orienteering, Binna Burra has something for you to try, seven days a week. “The great thing about our property is the mix of accommodation which suits all budgets,
from camping in the bush to our awardwinning Sky Lodge apartments. There is something for everyone, “David Smith, General Manager.
But Binna Burra isn’t just about reconnecting with your own family – there is a strong emphasis on forging new friendships, too. The stunning Clifftop dining room, perched on the edge of the Coomera Valley, stays true to Binna Burra tradition by encouraging communal dining, allowing guests to converse with friends both new and old. Whether you’re fuelling-up for a day of adventuring or winding down watching the sunset, there’s really nowhere quite like the Clifftop dining room – you can even order packed lunches to take with you for the day. And for lunch or a more low-key dinner, the picturesque Lamington Tea House and the great barbecue facilities are also available to guests. .