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

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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. .

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