Binna Burra Lodge

Binna Burra is an authentic heritage listed lodge offering a genuine Australian experience in nature. The Lodge has been welcoming guests since the early 1930s, and still retains its original charm and character.

Positioned 800 metres above sea level amidst the sub-tropical rainforest of Lamington National Park in the Gold Coast Hinterland, Binna Burra is centre stage to some of Australia's most spectacular natural features. Winding through ancient Antarctic Beech forest, along exposed escarpments and into heath-land, be amazed by the rich abundance of birds and unique wildlife that inhabit this complex and diverse ecosystem.

The unique isolation provides the perfect escape from the stresses of every day life and a chance to get back to basics, interact with nature and experience a freedom & sense of peace that few places can offer.

Lamington National Park has international recognition as one of the world's best sites for bird watching. Binna Burra provides an opportunity to see a diverse range of bird species in rainforest and open forest within easy walking distance on graded tracks in close proximity to the Lodge.

More than 150 bird species feature on the Binna Burra bird list. Rainforest specialists include the Noisy Pitta, Albert's Lyrebird, Regent Bowerbird, Pale Yellow Robin, Rose Robin, Rufous Scrub-bird, Paradise Riflebird, Wompoo and Rose-crowned Fruit-Dove and Topknot Pigeons. In the spring and summer migrant visitors include Spectacled, Black-faced and White-eared Monarchs, a variety of species of Cuckoos and many more.