Ninety minutes from Brisbane and an hour from Coolangatta you’ll find Lamington National Park. It’s rich with rugged mountain vistas, lush rainforest scenery and cascading waterfalls.
And nestled deep within is Binna Burra Lodge, a spot Sofie Formica’s been visiting for over 20 years.
Binna Burra has a range of accommodation, dining and activities to choose from, and it all centres around their core value of sustainable tourism practices.
That’s all thanks to Binna Burra’s founders, Romeo Lahey and Arthur Groom. They were instrumental in the foundation of National Parks in Queensland, sharing a vision to preserve the natural wilderness for future generations and that care and stewardship of nature has continued as a theme for the business.
These values are evident in Binna Burra’s newest additions, the eco-friendly Sky Lodges. As well as incorporating natural elements like stone, slate and wood, they are the perfect spot to relax and connect with nature with sweeping views out to the Numinbah Valley.
Of course another way to connect with nature is with a bush walk! And boy are you spoilt for choice when it comes to trails around the area.
For the adventure lovers, Binna Burra has you covered with abseiling and a flying fox or if you’re into the more chilled activities, there are regular yoga classes.
It’s easy to start to take the views for granted as they’re simply stunning from every vantage point… and when it comes to dining, it’s no exception. The outlooks from Clifftop Restaurant are second to none. Book your own Binna Burra experience today.