Coomera Circuit

Binna Burra

This track showsoff some of Binna Burras best assets and is one of the prettiest walks in this section of the park. The waterfalls are at their best after rain. The track does cross over the Coomera River several times and crossings can become tricky if water levels are high.

Getting there

From Nerang go to Beechmont, from Beechmont go to Binna Burra campground. The track entrance is located at the top of the carpark.

Maps

Beechmont, Great Walk, Lamington National Park maps available from Campsite, Lodge and Information Centre

Route/Trail notes

An easy trail to walk. Can become hazardous especially after rain. Some areas along the Border track have numerous exposed roots.

Comments

Loved this walk. Loads of waterfalls and rock pools, very pretty terrain. Very undulating but otherwise quite easy.

Riggergirl on 9 Aug, 2016

Beautiful walk, not difficult but fairly long. Numerous creek crossing that were fine but some would be quite difficult after heavy rain. Many waterfalls to see. Great winter walk but not strenuous so if you are looking for ascents and descents this is not the walk for you.

Kay on 10 Jul, 2016

This walk is one of the most beautiful walks i have done
..its long but not challenging...i got attacked by leeches quite intensily so wear long pants and take insect repellent

Nattynat on Jul, 2016

A beautiful walk with lots of waterfalls and creek crossings. Would be difficult to attempt after heavy rain.

Megs on 18 May, 2016

Great walk, with stunning views and beautiful waterfalls

Bushy Bloke on 24 Apr, 2016

A great beginners hike and easily completed with minimal hiking experience! The one thing I think this hike does for experienced hikers is ask the question 'Can I get down to the bottom of Coomera Falls' and with the answer being 'yes', I'm going to head there!

CamronDixon on Jan, 2016

Really nice walk! The waterfalls are beautiful and the gorge was flowing nicely. Had lunch there and saw plenty of Lamington Crayfish. Summer would be nice for a swim in the waterholes.

scarby on 25 Aug, 2015

I did this track for the second time, however this time I only hiked to the Coomera waterfall and back to Binna Burra rather than doing the entire circuit. I think it was a total of about 7-8kms. This is a great walk through some awesome dense rain forest. Coomera falls is one of my favorite waterfalls in the Gold Coast hinterland.
The track is quite easy and flat, the track is well worn in from years of people hiking this track so it would be almost impossible to get lost.

Matt on 22 Aug, 2015

Great walk, beautiful waterfall.

Matt on 14 Jun, 2015

awesome walk we saw a dingo on border track ;)

Max Hobson on 22 May, 2014

Loved the gorge section. Took Niki and I just over 5 hours.

Natalie Noon on 5 Apr, 2014

A great walk. A few first timers in the group, but they had no troubles. Long but not too steep at all

Allan Allport on 24 Nov, 2012

a very good highly recommended walk, amazing Giant Brush Box forrest, and loved the gorge section

Anthony & Stephanie on 25 Oct, 2012

Amazing walk, the canopy sheltered us from the heat. only one other group on the track.

Tristan Young on 5 Oct, 2012

This is another of my fav walks at Binna Burra. I did this walk in Feburary, so the falls were spectacular. As spectacular were the Lamington Blue crayfish that were in many of the creeks. If I am short on time I do a shortened version and go and return to the falls the same path, thus avoiding the border track and saving 5 Km.

DaveKIng on 2 Sep, 2012

Lovely walk. Not too hard. Kids loved the waterfall look out.

Homely Beast on Aug, 2012

Cool walk, nice view from lookout platform.

B_T on 2011

I've been on this walk three times with the first time limited to a landslide just after Coomera falls, the highlight of the walk would have to be Bahnamboola falls "the top part" it's not far from Coomera falls but it's easily missed because you don't see it from the track, there's an overgrown side track on the left just passed the sign.

mika28au on 5 Sep, 2010

The track is in good condition. No fallen trees. But as we finished the walk and were back at the camp ground the weather started closing in and the rain started. So I would think the track conditions 9-8-10 to at least the 13th or 14 th August will be slippery conditions. So recommend walking poles and take care at all cliff edges.
The best thing about the rain is that the Coomera Falls will be more spectacular !

Another day... Another walk....


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Boris Zoubakin on 9 Aug, 2010

is a very pretty walk!

Laurence Hallam on 8 Aug, 2010

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