Coomera Circuit

Lamington National Park

This track showsoff some of Binna Burra's 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.

Waterfalls
Lookouts
Swimming
Bird Watching
Picnic Facilities
Toilets
No Dogs Permitted
No Horses Permitted
No Cycling Permitted
No Trail Bikes Permitted
Rainforest
Eucalypt Forest

Getting there

From Nerang go to Beechmont, then onto the 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. The walk can be extended to include the Hobwee Circuit if you also want some views!

Other Information

https://parks.des.qld.gov.au/parks/lamington/journeys/coomera-circuit

https://hikingtheworld.blog/2016/09/05/binna-burra-lamington/

Comments

Tour group, took 8 hours, very muddy, lovely waterfalls.

Lauren T on 8 Jun, 2022

Waterfalls, mud, creek/river crossings and more mud! This circuit took me just under 5hrs with a lot of photo stops for fungi and waterfalls. The track is very muddy at the moment but that was half the fun! My boots had to come off for a few water crossings as the water is flowing quickly and it’s still up in some sections. A really great walk to experience the magic of Lamington NP 🥾🌳🍄

S K on 18 May, 2022

An absolute stunner of a walk - well signposted and a gentle gradient so not particularly difficult. At the moment it's extremely muddy though so be prepared to traipse through a lot of mud, and watch out for slippery rocks in the river crossings. Well worth it though for endless waterfalls, several spectacular viewpoints and lush and varied scenery.

Laurelle Simleit on 1 May, 2022

Wear good grippy shoes if doing this walk after heavy rain, as the creek crossings can be very slippery. Also be prepared to walk through lots of mud. Gorgeous scenery.

Mittens83 on 20 Apr, 2022

Track was boggy in sections, but manageable. Lots of crayfish in the pools and a few on the walking tracks. Saw a dingo on the track near Dragoon Bird creek.

Rob on 19 Feb, 2022

Another beautiful walk! We did this walk anti-clockwise in 6 hours. It wasn't a hard walk, just long. The first half of the walk had plenty of waterfalls & creek crossings. The track was a little muddy & had lots of tree roots & rocks. A couple of sections where quite narrow & others slightly blocked by fallen trees. The first half of the walk took 4 hours, as we stopped to enjoy the scenery, take photos & look for blue crayfish...we saw quite a few! The 2nd half of the walk was back along the border track. The return trip only took us 2 hours as it was mainly a rainforest walk & the track was a lot wider & smoother.

Suz on 13 Feb, 2022

Great walk, easy grade. Plenty of mud about and some crossings were submerged, but overall the recent rain made the falls and scenery breathtaking.

DanubeRS on 6 Feb, 2022

Completed anticlockwise which was a nice change from the usual direction. Completed after abundant rainfall. The track was quite muddy and water covering the track in many areas. Creek crossing were quite high, with one only being able to be crossed by wading in the knee high water, the rocks for crossing were underwater. A beautifully diverse track with stunning waterfals and lots of amazing wildlife to be seen if you walk quietly.

Jimcar on 24 Jan, 2022

Spectacular! I have never seen so many waterfalls in my life. The creek crossings weren't particularly difficult however I would not attempt it after heavy rain. I was grateful to be wearing waterproof boots for this one. We saw plenty of wildlife including Lamington Spiny Crayfish. It took us 6.5 hours at a leisurely but steady pace. Easily one of the most beautiful walks in SEQ.

K8 on 15 Jan, 2022

This is a spectacular walk especially for those who love waterfalls. There's numerous waterfalls with the first at the Coomera Falls Lookout where you can take in a beautiful view from high up on the viewing platform, with a cool, misty breeze sweeping up from the gorge to cool you. You will came across streams and creeks to cross and hop over and many falls of all drops and types among lush, green rainforest. This is quite a shaded hike which was welcome on a warmish spring day. As there had been a bit of rain in the preceding days, there were numerous leeches as well as a red bellied black snake sunning itself on a sliver of sunlight on the walking track. He was slow to move and we waited some 20 minutes or more for him to slink off into the leaves and ferns beside the track before we could pass. This is not a difficult walk, but, it is quite long.

Sunnygirl on 22 Oct, 2021

Really enjoyed this walk. 5 hours going at a leisurely but steady pace. Never particularly difficult, fully shaded, fun scrambles over creeks. Really well set out. Even the uphill doesn't feel hard when you're following a bouncing creek.

Marcus coleman on 17 Oct, 2021

Very pretty creek walk with some interesting creek crossings. Quite long at around 18kms circuit starting at the car park.

Olwyn on 16 Oct, 2021

Finally did the whole thing. Beautiful!

sarasvati on 11 Jul, 2021

An easy circuit with stunning scenery. I don't think I've ever seen so many waterfalls and streams in one hike. Absolutely beautiful after recent rain.

Monstar on 20 Jun, 2021

Amazing waterfall after waterfall, rarely a time you can’t hear running water

Kell on 22 May, 2021

Gorgeous walk on a rainy day! A few creek crossings, one of them was a little higher and we got our feet wet, all other were fine (despite all the rain over the last couple of weeks). About 20 km clocked in from car park and back. Easy track, plenty of roots and mud, and a few leeches to keep us on our toes. Absolutely recommend!

Dannie on 4 Apr, 2021

Went the day after a couple of days of heavy rain - waterfalls, boggy mud, leeches, fallen trees everywhere. It was great fun, managed to get it done in about 5.5 hrs (with stopping at every waterfall and plenty of photography) and would definitely do it again. If it has been raining prepare to get your feet wet, we crossed many creeks that just weren't possible to cross without stepping ankle deep in the flowing water. The grade of the track is quite mild the entire way, we did it anti-clockwise and we reckon that's the way to go.

asherbasher on 18 Mar, 2021

Great walk

Jasmine Goode on 9 Feb, 2021

Great walk so many waterfalls

TrinaAtley on 6 Feb, 2021

This is a great walk. Waterfalls everywhere. It’s pretty dry at the moment but everything is still flowing. Awesome!

Ian and Sue on 17 Oct, 2020

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