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Wagawn Trail Hike, Binna Burra Section of the Lamington National Park

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by Cris (subscribe)
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Published July 17th 2021
Listen to the forest
The Wagawn trail starts in the Lamington National Park, Binna Burra section, near the Binna Burra Tea House. Drive up the steep and winding scenic road with great views of the mountains and idyllic green pastures with cattle.

Binna Burra Tea House is about 900 metres above sea level and the trailhead starts at the information sign.

The hike is about 19 km return, including the walk to the lookouts, allow about 6 hours walking time. The trail is classified grade 4 meaning the track is long, rough, directional signs may be limited, walking experience recommended.

Wagawn Track, Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, Garragoolbah Lookout, Warumblebah Lookout, Fallen logs, Rainforest, Hiking, Walking, Bushwalking, Caldera, Mount Warning, Binna Burra Tea House, Coffee, Wollumbin National Park, Border Ranger, Springbrook, Mount Cougal, Gondwana, Antarctic beech, Rainforest,
Warumblebah Lookout views. Photo by Author.


This trail offers the amazing experience to walk in the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area. The rainforest is rich in biodiversity such as frog, reptile, bird and marsupial species. The vegetation is similar to the plants and trees presents on the ancient land called Gondwana. Now only pockets of this unique and precious rainforest are located on the east coast protected in National Parks.

Wagawn Track, Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, Garragoolbah Lookout, Warumblebah Lookout, Fallen logs, Rainforest, Hiking, Walking, Bushwalking, Caldera, Mount Warning, Binna Burra Tea House, Coffee, Wollumbin National Park, Border Ranger, Springbrook, Mount Cougal, Gondwana, Antarctic beech, Rainforest, Numimbah Valley, Advancetown Lake, Hinze Dam, Orchids, Mud Leaves, Winter, Seasons, Strangler Fig, Liana,
Strangler fig taking over its host. Photo by Author.


The Lamington National Park is home to the world's most extensive subtropical rainforest and Antarctic beech cool temperature forest and also the National Park protects the amazing fauna.

Wagawn Track, Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, Garragoolbah Lookout, Warumblebah Lookout, Fallen logs, Rainforest, Hiking, Walking, Bushwalking, Caldera, Mount Warning, Binna Burra Tea House, Coffee, Wollumbin National Park, Border Ranger, Springbrook, Mount Cougal, Gondwana, Antarctic beech, Rainforest, Numimbah Valley, Advancetown Lake, Hinze Dam, Orchids, Mud Leaves, Winter, Seasons, Strangler Fig, Liana,
Follow the Border Track. The track splits a few times to other directions. Stay on the Border Track. Photo by Author.


This high-altitude hike has amazing views and fascinating volcanic features. Warumblebah Lookout and Garragoolba Lookout offer breathtaking views over Springbrook, the Tweed Valley and Mount Warning. In particular, Mount Warning is what remains of the volcano core and the Lamington National Park is part of the big caldera.

Wagawn Track, Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, Garragoolbah Lookout, Warumblebah Lookout, Fallen logs, Rainforest, Hiking, Walking, Bushwalking, , Caldera, Mount Warning, Binna Burra Tea House, Coffee, Wollumbin National Park, Border Ranger, Springbrook, Mount Cougal, Gondwana, Antarctic beech, Rainforest, Numimbah Valley, Advancetown Lake, Hinze Dam, Orchids, Mud Leaves, Winter, Seasons, Strangler Fig, Liana, Border Track, Araucaria Track Lookout, Daves Creek Circuit, Ship Stern Circuit,
Starting the hike. Photo by Author.


The Wagawn Trail has several fallen logs and branches that you have to contend with. Take care when you have to go under or over obstacles.

There are a few trails branching off the Border Track, such as the Loop Track, Coomera Circuit, Daves Creek Circuit, Ship Stern Circuit and Araucaria Trail. For 900 metres, the Araucaria Trail and Wagawn Trail share the same trail, then the Araucaria Trail branches off in a different direction.

Wagawn Track, Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, Garragoolbah Lookout, Warumblebah Loop, Caldera, Mount Warning, Binna Burra Tea House, Coffee, Wollumbin National Park, Border Ranger, Springbrook, Mount Cougal, Gondwana, Antarctic beech, Rainforest, Numimbah Valley, Advancetown Lake, Hinze Dam, Orchids, Mud Leaves, Winter, Seasons, Strangler Fig, Liana, Border Track, Araucaria Track Lookout, Daves Creek Circuit, Ship Stern Circuit,
The trail splits to Daves Creek Circuit, remain on the Border Track. Photo by Author.


Wagawn Track, Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, Garragoolbah Lookout, Warumblebah Lookout, Fallen logs, Rainforest, Hiking, Walking, Bushwalking, Caldera, Mount Warning, Binna Burra Tea House, Coffee, Wollumbin National Park, Border Ranger, Springbrook, Mount Cougal, Gondwana, Antarctic beech, Rainforest, Numimbah Valley, Advancetown Lake, Hinze Dam, Orchids, Mud Leaves, Winter, Seasons, Strangler Fig, Liana, Border Track, Araucaria Track Lookout, Daves Creek Circuit, Ship Stern Circuit, Canopy of the forest,
The canopy of the forest on the Border Track. Photo by Author.


Wagawn Track, Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, Garragoolbah Lookout, Warumblebah Lookout, Fallen logs, Rainforest, Hiking, Walking, Bushwalking, Caldera, Mount Warning, Binna Burra Tea House, Coffee, Wollumbin National Park, Border Ranger, Springbrook, Mount Cougal, Gondwana, Antarctic beech, Rainforest, Numimbah Valley, Advancetown Lake, Hinze Dam, Orchids, Mud Leaves, Winter, Seasons, Strangler Fig, Liana, Border Track, Araucaria Track Lookout, Daves Creek Circuit, Ship Stern Circuit, Canopy of the forest,
The long moss typical of high altitude. Photo by Author.


Wagawn Track, Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, Garragoolbah Lookout, Warumblebah Lookout, Fallen logs, Rainforest, Hiking, Walking, Bushwalking, Caldera, Mount Warning, Binna Burra Tea House, Coffee, Wollumbin National Park, Border Ranger, Springbrook, Mount Cougal, Gondwana, Antarctic beech, Rainforest, Numimbah Valley, Advancetown Lake, Hinze Dam, Orchids, Mud Leaves, Winter, Seasons, Strangler Fig, Liana, Border Track, Araucaria Track Lookout, Daves Creek Circuit, Ship Stern Circuit, Canopy of the forest,
An old tree possibly struck by lightning many years ago. Photo by Author.


Wagawn Track, Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, Garragoolbah Lookout, Warumblebah Lookout, Fallen logs, Rainforest, Hiking, Walking, Bushwalking, Caldera, Mount Warning, Binna Burra Tea House, Coffee, Wollumbin National Park, Border Ranger, Springbrook, Mount Cougal, Gondwana, Antarctic beech, Rainforest, Numimbah Valley, Advancetown Lake, Hinze Dam, Orchids, Mud Leaves, Winter, Seasons, Strangler Fig, Liana, Border Track, Araucaria Track Lookout, Daves Creek Circuit, Ship Stern Circuit, Canopy of the forest, Joalah Lookout,
View from the Joalah Lookout, Photo by Author.


Wagawn Track, Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, Garragoolbah Lookout, Warumblebah Lookout, Fallen logs, Rainforest, Hiking, Walking, Bushwalking, Caldera, Mount Warning, Binna Burra Tea House, Coffee, Wollumbin National Park, Border Ranger, Springbrook, Mount Cougal, Gondwana, Antarctic beech, Rainforest, Numimbah Valley, Advancetown Lake, Hinze Dam, Orchids, Mud Leaves, Winter, Seasons, Strangler Fig, Liana, Border Track, Araucaria Track Lookout, Daves Creek Circuit, Ship Stern Circuit, Canopy of the forest, Joalah Lookout,
Lots of brunches on the trail, probably due to strong wind or heavy rain. Photo by Author.


Wagawn Track, Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, Garragoolbah Lookout, Warumblebah Lookout, Fallen logs, Rainforest, Hiking, Walking, Bushwalking, Caldera, Mount Warning, Binna Burra Tea House, Coffee, Wollumbin National Park, Border Ranger, Springbrook, Mount Cougal, Gondwana, Antarctic beech, Rainforest, Numimbah Valley, Advancetown Lake, Hinze Dam, Orchids, Mud Leaves, Winter, Seasons, Strangler Fig, Liana, Border Track, Araucaria Track Lookout, Daves Creek Circuit, Ship Stern Circuit, Canopy of the forest, Joalah Lookout,
The Border Track splits again at the junction with the Araucaria Lookout trail. Photo by Author.


Wagawn Track, Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, Garragoolbah Lookout, Warumblebah Lookout, Fallen logs, Rainforest, Hiking, Walking, Bushwalking, Caldera, Mount Warning, Binna Burra Tea House, Coffee, Wollumbin National Park, Border Ranger, Springbrook, Mount Cougal, Gondwana, Antarctic beech, Rainforest, Numimbah Valley, Advancetown Lake, Hinze Dam, Orchids, Mud Leaves, Winter, Seasons, Strangler Fig, Liana, Border Track, Araucaria Track Lookout, Daves Creek Circuit, Ship Stern Circuit, Canopy of the forest, Joalah Lookout,
An arch on the trail formed by a fallen log. Photo by Author.


Wagawn Track, Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, Garragoolbah Lookout, Warumblebah Lookout, Fallen logs, Rainforest, Hiking, Walking, Bushwalking, Caldera, Mount Warning, Binna Burra Tea House, Coffee, Wollumbin National Park, Border Ranger, Springbrook, Mount Cougal, Gondwana, Antarctic beech, Rainforest, Numimbah Valley, Advancetown Lake, Hinze Dam, Orchids, Mud Leaves, Winter, Seasons, Strangler Fig, Liana, Border Track, Araucaria Track Lookout, Daves Creek Circuit, Ship Stern Circuit, Canopy of the forest, Joalah Lookout,
A few trees have fallen on the Wagawn track, that just increases the adventure. Photo by Author.


Wagawn Track, Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, Garragoolbah Lookout, Warumblebah Lookout, Fallen logs, Rainforest, Hiking, Walking, Bushwalking, Caldera, Mount Warning, Binna Burra Tea House, Coffee, Wollumbin National Park, Border Ranger, Springbrook, Mount Cougal, Gondwana, Antarctic beech, Rainforest, Numimbah Valley, Advancetown Lake, Hinze Dam, Orchids, Mud Leaves, Winter, Seasons, Strangler Fig, Liana, Border Track, Araucaria Track Lookout, Daves Creek Circuit, Ship Stern Circuit, Canopy of the forest, Joalah Lookout,
Aspect of the Wagawn trail. Photo by Author.


Wagawn Track, Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, Garragoolbah Lookout, Warumblebah Lookout, Fallen logs, Rainforest, Hiking, Walking, Bushwalking, Caldera, Mount Warning, Binna Burra Tea House, Coffee, Wollumbin National Park, Border Ranger, Springbrook, Mount Cougal, Gondwana, Antarctic beech, Rainforest, Numimbah Valley, Advancetown Lake, Hinze Dam, Orchids, Mud Leaves, Winter, Seasons, Strangler Fig, Liana, Border Track, Araucaria Track Lookout, Daves Creek Circuit, Ship Stern Circuit, Canopy of the forest, Joalah Lookout,
Another fallen log on the trail. This one is better to tackle passing under it. Photo by Author.


Wagawn Track, Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, Garragoolba Lookout, Warumblebah Lookout, Fallen logs, Rainforest, Hiking, Walking, Bushwalking, Caldera, Mount Warning, Binna Burra Tea House, Coffee, Wollumbin National Park, Border Ranger, Springbrook, Mount Cougal, Gondwana, Antarctic beech, Rainforest, Numimbah Valley, Advancetown Lake, Hinze Dam, Orchids, Mud Leaves, Winter, Seasons, Strangler Fig, Liana, Border Track, Araucaria Track Lookout, Daves Creek Circuit, Ship Stern Circuit, Canopy of the forest, Joalah Lookout,
The trail is less trodden and sometimes it seems to disappear in the thick vegetation of the jungle. Photo by Author.


Wagawn Track, Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, Garragoolbah Lookout, Warumblebah Lookout, Fallen logs, Rainforest, Hiking, Walking, Bushwalking,Mount Warning, Binna Burra Tea House, Coffee, Wollumbin National Park, Border Ranger, Springbrook, Mount Cougal, Gondwana, Antarctic beech, Rainforest, Numimbah Valley, Advancetown Lake, Hinze Dam, Orchids, Mud Leaves, Winter, Seasons, Strangler Fig, Liana, Border Track, Araucaria Track Lookout, Daves Creek Circuit, Ship Stern Circuit, Canopy of the forest, Joalah Lookout,
An aspect of the trail. Photo by Author.


Wagawn Track, Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, Garragoolba Lookout, Warumblebah Lookout, Fallen logs, Rainforest, Hiking, Walking, Bushwalking, Caldera, Mount Warning, Binna Burra Tea House, Coffee, Wollumbin National Park, Border Ranger, Springbrook, Mount Cougal, Gondwana, Antarctic beech, Rainforest, Numimbah Valley, Advancetown Lake, Hinze Dam, Orchids, Mud Leaves, Winter, Seasons, Strangler Fig, Liana, Border Track, Araucaria Track Lookout, Daves Creek Circuit, Ship Stern Circuit, Canopy of the forest, Joalah Lookout, Xanthorrhoea tree, Mount Cougal,
Warumblebah Lookout. Great views of the valley below and over the Gold Coast buildings on the horizon. Photo by Author.


Once at the Warumblebah Lookout, there is some nice room to sit and have morning tea. The views from the lookout are awesome, take time to enjoy morning tea and the views.

Wagawn Track, Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, Garragoolbah Lookout, Warumblebah Lookout, Fallen logs, Rainforest, Hiking, Walking, Bushwalking, Caldera, Mount Warning, Binna Burra Tea House, Coffee, Wollumbin National Park, Border Ranger, Springbrook, Mount Cougal, Gondwana, Antarctic beech, Rainforest, Numimbah Valley, Advancetown Lake, Hinze Dam, Orchids, Mud Leaves, Winter, Seasons, Strangler Fig, Liana, Border Track, Araucaria Track Lookout, Daves Creek Circuit, Ship Stern Circuit, Canopy of the forest, Joalah Lookout,
The views from Warumblebah Lookout. Photo by Author.


Wagawn Track, Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, Garragoolbah Lookout, Warumblebah Lookout, Fallen logs, Rainforest, Hiking, Walking, Bushwalking, Caldera, Mount Warning, Binna Burra Tea House, Coffee, Wollumbin National Park, Border Ranger, Springbrook, Mount Cougal, Gondwana, Antarctic beech, Rainforest, Numimbah Valley, Advancetown Lake, Hinze Dam, Orchids, Mud Leaves, Winter, Seasons, Strangler Fig, Liana, Border Track, Araucaria Track Lookout, Daves Creek Circuit, Ship Stern Circuit, Canopy of the forest, Joalah Lookout,
A bunch of orchids. Photo by Author.


Wagawn Track, Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, Garragoolbah Lookout, Warumblebah Lookout, Fallen logs, Rainforest, Hiking, Walking, Bushwalking, Caldera, Mount Warning, Binna Burra Tea House, Coffee, Wollumbin National Park, Border Ranger, Springbrook, Mount Cougal, Gondwana, Antarctic beech, Rainforest, Numimbah Valley, Advancetown Lake, Hinze Dam, Orchids, Mud Leaves, Winter, Seasons, Strangler Fig, Liana, Border Track, Araucaria Track Lookout, Daves Creek Circuit, Ship Stern Circuit, Canopy of the forest, Joalah Lookout,
Garragoolba Lookout is only ten minutes away from Warumblebah Lookout. On the horizon is the ocean and it is possible to make out the Byron Bay's Lighthouse. Photo by Author.


Wagawn Track, Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, Garragoolbah Lookout, Warumblebah Lookout, Fallen logs, Rainforest, Hiking, Walking, Bushwalking, Caldera, Mount Warning, Binna Burra Tea House, Coffee, Wollumbin National Park, Border Ranger, Springbrook, Mount Cougal, Gondwana, Antarctic beech, Rainforest, Numimbah Valley, Advancetown Lake, Hinze Dam, Orchids, Mud Leaves, Winter, Seasons, Strangler Fig, Liana, Border Track, Araucaria Track Lookout, Daves Creek Circuit, Ship Stern Circuit, Canopy of the forest, Joalah Lookout,
The stunning views from Garragoolba Lookout. Photo by Author.


Wagawn Track, Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, Garragoolbah Lookout, Warumblebah Lookout, Fallen logs, Rainforest, Hiking, Walking, Bushwalking, Caldera, Mount Warning, Binna Burra Tea House, Coffee, Wollumbin National Park, Border Ranger, Springbrook, Mount Cougal, Gondwana, Antarctic beech, Rainforest, Numimbah Valley, Advancetown Lake, Hinze Dam, Orchids, Mud Leaves, Winter, Seasons, Strangler Fig, Liana, Border Track, Araucaria Track Lookout, Daves Creek Circuit, Ship Stern Circuit, Canopy of the forest, Joalah Lookout,
Well visible is Mount Warning, what remains of the volcanic plug that erupted in prehistoric time. Photo by Author.


After admiring the views from Garragoolba Lookout, retrace your steps and return to the Wagawn Trail and continue your journey.

Wagawn Track, Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, Garragoolba Lookout, Warumblebah Lookout, Fallen logs, Rainforest, Hiking, Walking, Bushwalking, Caldera, Mount Warning, Binna Burra Tea House, Coffee, Wollumbin National Park, Border Ranger, Springbrook, Mount Cougal, Gondwana, Antarctic beech, Rainforest, Numimbah Valley, Advancetown Lake, Hinze Dam, Orchids, Mud Leaves, Winter, Seasons, Strangler Fig, Liana, Border Track, Araucaria Track Lookout, Daves Creek Circuit, Ship Stern Circuit, Canopy of the forest, Joalah Lookout,
Return from the lookouts and continue on the Wagawn trail. Photo by Author.


Wagawn is an incredibly beautiful area. The place is quite untouched and there are Xanthorrhoea trees 600-800 years old.
The views toward Mount Warning, Springbrook and New South Wales are fantastic.

Wagawn Track, Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, Garragoolbah Lookout, Warumblebah Lookout, Fallen logs, Rainforest, Hiking, Walking, Bushwalking, Caldera, Mount Warning, Binna Burra Tea House, Coffee, Wollumbin National Park, Border Ranger, Springbrook, Mount Cougal, Gondwana, Antarctic beech, Rainforest, Numimbah Valley, Advancetown Lake, Hinze Dam, Orchids, Mud Leaves, Winter, Seasons, Strangler Fig, Liana, Border Track, Araucaria Track Lookout, Daves Creek Circuit, Ship Stern Circuit, Canopy of the forest, Joalah Lookout,
Wagawn is about 960 m above sea level. Because it is a less used trail, the area is quite undisturbed. Photo by Author.


Wagawn Track, Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, Garragoolba Lookout, Warumblebah Lookout, Fallen logs, Rainforest, Hiking, Walking, Bushwalking, GCaldera, Mount Warning, Binna Burra Tea House, Coffee, Wollumbin National Park, Border Ranger, Springbrook, Mount Cougal, Gondwana, Antarctic beech, Rainforest, Numimbah Valley, Advancetown Lake, Hinze Dam, Orchids, Mud Leaves, Winter, Seasons, Strangler Fig, Liana, Border Track, Araucaria Track Lookout, Daves Creek Circuit, Ship Stern Circuit, Canopy of the forest, Joalah Lookout, Xanthorrhoea tree,
Mount Warning and New South Wales. Photo by Author.


Wagawn Track, Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, Garragoolba Lookout, Warumblebah Lookout, Fallen logs, Rainforest, Hiking, Walking, Bushwalking, Mount Warning, Binna Burra Tea House, Coffee, Wollumbin National Park, Border Ranger, Springbrook, Mount Cougal, Gondwana, Antarctic beech, Rainforest, Numimbah Valley, Advancetown Lake, Hinze Dam, Orchids, Mud Leaves, Winter, Seasons, Strangler Fig, Liana, Border Track, Araucaria Track Lookout, Daves Creek Circuit, Ship Stern Circuit, Canopy of the forest, Joalah Lookout, Xanthorrhoea tree, Mount Cougal,
Mount Cougal is well visible. Photo by Author.


When you arrive at the end of the trail at Wagawn, just return to Binna Burra via the same track.

Wagawn Track, Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, Garragoolba Lookout, Warumblebah Lookout, Fallen logs, Rainforest, Hiking, Walking, Bushwalking, Caldera, Mount Warning, Binna Burra Tea House, Coffee, Wollumbin National Park, Border Ranger, Springbrook, Mount Cougal, Gondwana, Antarctic beech, Rainforest, Numimbah Valley, Advancetown Lake, Hinze Dam, Orchids, Mud Leaves, Winter, Seasons, Strangler Fig, Liana, Border Track, Araucaria Track Lookout, Daves Creek Circuit, Ship Stern Circuit, Canopy of the forest, Joalah Lookout, Xanthorrhoea tree, Mount Cougal,
The Xanthorrhoea trees are 600-800 years old. Photo by Author.


This trail is ideal to hike in any season. In summer, the canopy of the forest protects you from the sun offering some coolness. In winter, you will most likely have blue skies and perfect views. When cloudy the views disappear in a white mantle and the trail is wrapped in a beautiful mist. Tread softly and listen to the wind and the different birds calling in the forest.

What to bring

Hiking gear: a hiking medium backpack, long trousers and shirt with long sleeve, light raincoat, very recommended hiking ankle supportive boots, first aid kit, insect repellent (it works for leeches; give preference to cream or roll-on that are more environmentally friendly than the spray), sunscreen, gloves, walking poles if you like to use them, socks protectors or gaiters.
Consider packing some extra clothes and leave them in the car. Pack some clean footwear and socks.

For this hike, consider carrying a map or download a good app on your smartphone that can help you to navigate in the bush.

Bring a medium day backpack with lots of water, especially if it's a hot day, 3.0 litres of water and snacks. During summer, you can bring electrolytes to dissolve in water to compensate for the loss through perspiration. You may consider packing sandwiches, fresh fruit, dry fruit, energy bars and small meals.

Walk with family, friends or in a group. Never alone!

The days prior to the hike make sure to check:

Weather website: www.bom.gov.au
Map: https://parks.des.qld.gov.au/parks/lamington
Road Conditions: https://qldtraffic.qld.gov.au


Directions

The Wagawn track is in the Binna Burra section of Lamington National Park, 110km south of Brisbane.

The address of Binna Burra Tea House is 1069 Binna Burra Rd, Beechmont QLD 4211.

After the hike

After a 19 km hike, look forward to a coffee or refreshments. There are a few great options able to offer different food and dietary requirements food.

Binna Burra Tea House offers a nice atmosphere, a great verandah with views over the mountains and nice food. The Tea House stocks also generic supplies, some grocery items and a range of gifts and souvenirs.
Binna Burra Tea House is open 7 days
Sunday to Thursday: 7:30AM to 7:30PM
Friday & Saturday: 7:30AM TO 8:30PM

Address: 1069 Binna Burra Rd, Beechmont QLD 4211 www.binnaburralodge.com.au/teahouse

Wagawn Track, Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, Garragoolba Lookout, Warumblebah Lookout, Fallen logs, Rainforest, Hiking, Walking, Bushwalking, Caldera, Mount Warning, Binna Burra Tea House, Coffee, Wollumbin National Park, Border Ranger, Springbrook, Mount Cougal, Gondwana, Antarctic beech, Rainforest, Numimbah Valley, Advancetown Lake, Hinze Dam, Orchids, Mud Leaves, Winter, Seasons, Strangler Fig, Liana, Border Track, Araucaria Track Lookout, Daves Creek Circuit, Ship Stern Circuit, Canopy of the forest, Joalah Lookout, Xanthorrhoea tree, Mount Cougal, Rosin Lookout,
Views from Binna Burra Tea House. Photo by Author.


The Nook and Kranny Cafe, Pizza & bar offers barista made coffee, freshly made pizzas, scones and muffins made fresh daily, sausage rolls and pies. Gluten-free available
vegan & vegetarian-friendly, licensed bar. The cafe is nestled in a green area and tranquil area with the option to sit inside and in the outdoor area.


Monday: 6:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Tuesday: 6:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Wednesday: 6:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Thursday: 6:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Friday: 6:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Saturday: 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Sunday: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The Nook and Kranny Cafe, Pizza and Bar is at 707 Beechmont Rd, Lower Beechmont QLD 4211.

www.facebook.com/thenookandkranny

Wagawn Track, Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, Garragoolba Lookout, Warumblebah Lookout, Fallen logs, Rainforest, Hiking, Walking, Bushwalking, Caldera, Mount Warning, Binna Burra Tea House, Coffee, Wollumbin National Park, Border Ranger, Springbrook, Mount Cougal, Gondwana, Antarctic beech, Rainforest, Numimbah Valley, Advancetown Lake, Hinze Dam, Orchids, Mud Leaves, Winter, Seasons, Strangler Fig, Liana, Border Track, Araucaria Track Lookout, Daves Creek Circuit, Ship Stern Circuit, Canopy of the forest, Joalah Lookout, Xanthorrhoea tree, Mount Cougal, Rosin Lookout, The Nook and Kranny Cafe, Pizza and Bar, Flying Bean Café,
The Nook and Kranny Cafe, Pizza and Bar. Photo by Author.


The Flying Bean Cafe is in Beechmont, just opposite Rosin lookout. You can often see paragliding in the superb valley with great views over Mount Warning.

The Flying Bean Cafe offers a great menu, hot and cold drinks to enjoy on the verandah with awesome views.

Monday: CLOSED
Tuesday: CLOSED
Wednesday: 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Thursday: 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Saturday: 7:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Sunday: 7:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Address: 1696 Beechmont Rd, Beechmont QLD 4211
https://flyingbeancafe.com.au

Wagawn Track, Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, Garragoolba Lookout, Warumblebah Lookout, Fallen logs, Rainforest, Hiking, Walking, Bushwalking, Caldera, Mount Warning, Binna Burra Tea House, Coffee, Wollumbin National Park, Border Ranger, Springbrook, Mount Cougal, Gondwana, Antarctic beech, Rainforest, Numimbah Valley, Advancetown Lake, Hinze Dam, Orchids, Mud Leaves, Winter, Seasons, Strangler Fig, Liana, Border Track, Araucaria Track Lookout, Daves Creek Circuit, Ship Stern Circuit, Canopy of the forest, Joalah Lookout, Xanthorrhoea tree, Mount Cougal, Rosin Lookout,
The beautiful views at Rosins Lookout. Photo by Author.


Reference
https://parks.des.qld.gov.au/parks/lamington
https://flyingbeancafe.com.au
www.facebook.com/thenookandkranny
www.binnaburralodge.com.au/teahouse

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Your Comment
Another great one Cris. Definitely a 'wish I was there' location. Superb views and scenario. Congrats on the silver.
by Neil Follett (score: 3|3189) 96 days ago
Cris I love the Binna Burra area.
by May Cross (score: 3|8033) 96 days ago
A hike like that would be beyond my capabilities so so its lovely to see this magnificent place through your article.
by Gayle Beveridge (score: 3|9217) 91 days ago
Very nice article and photos. I enjoyed reading it. So many beautiful views again. Thanks and Cheers.
by telor (score: 2|206) 96 days ago
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