Tullawallal Circuit

Lamington National Park

This track leads through the rainforest to the summit of Tullawallal at over 950m. Also this track leads to the closest stand of Antarctic beech trees to Binna Burra. The rock formation at the end is a natural wonder that will have you guessing! Can be completed as a loop with the Border Track.

Bird Watching
Maximum Elevation
Total Climb

Getting there

Allow 70 min from Broadbeach. Drive 38 km to Beechmont via Nerang. From the north, take Pacific Motorway exit 69 and follow the signs west to Lamington National Park—Binna Burra. Follow Binna Burra Rd driving past the Information Centre until you reach the end of the road (the carpark for the walks and cafe).



Route/Trail notes

Easy to find



Camping at Binna Burra and food the the teahouse

Other References

Maps available at the Binna Burra Campsite

GPS Tracks


Quite a quick easy walk. Did it before lunch, followed by lunch at the tea cafe.

ozsailor on 27 Jun, 2022

Really easy (very gentle grade up, practically level) with dense forest until atop the boulders at Tullawallal, which then provides glimpses across the valley. Beautiful ferns, mushrooms and beech trees with whipbirds, bellbirds and some chattering birds (unknown). A few spiked plants with spikes in top and underside of each leaf, impressively serious defense!

Elaine P. on 8 Apr, 2021

It was quite wet when I walked this, so went at a faster pace, finishing in 1 hour. Watch out for the leaches every 15-20 min. if going in the wet.

NatureFan77 on 18 Feb, 2021

Peaceful walk through dense forest.

Wanderlust on 31 Dec, 2020

A lovely, easy grade walk in beautiful forest. No real view at the end, just sitting on rocks in amongst the trees. Lots of birds to listen to.

Curry Bunch on 24 Sep, 2020

Nice short walk, the trees are great to look at, pouring rain the whole walk but that made it feel more magical at the top where the boulders & Beech trees are, you can return on an alternate track which links up with the Rain forest Circuit

Bribie 61 on 6 Jul, 2019

The grove of Antarctic Beech is sensational

Mackamcb on Jan, 2019

This walk is super easy to navigate and a really easy walk to do in the afternoon after either setting up camp or checking in a the lodge. The beech trees are gorgeous and definitely worth visiting.

Bobbe on Sep, 2017

nice easy walk..beautiful rainforests..you will see the occasional wallaby..recommend for a nice afternoon stroll not too late though in winter as it would get dark early

Ashwin on 10 Jun, 2017

Completed after the Coomera circuit. A good interesting walk for the less fit and elderly.

dalehikes on 4 Mar, 2017

This is an easy walk which ends with a strand of Antarctic beech trees. Picturesque walk for those not wanting to tackle the larger Lamington walks.

Troy on Mar, 2017

Love the old trees at the end of the walk.

samkramer on 4 Feb, 2017

Done in conjunction with Dave's Creek Circuit, which I definitely recommend if you have the time

Samuel Armstrong on Jan, 2017

A nice easy walk as a side track. Interesting rock formation that makes you wonder.

Ian C on 22 Oct, 2016

Nice walk which ends at some moss covered boulders. It's an abrupt end but pleasant if you enjoy just walking through the forest :) Lots of wallabies!

Alice on 6 Sep, 2014

The boulders at the end were nice but a little overrated.

rob.bushman on 7 Jun, 2014

Was a nice little walk if you wanted to cool off from the heat, but ends a bit unexpectedly ends at a pile of rocks. So, basically a walk through the rainforest.

Roxy on 4 Apr, 2014

Did this walk during Schoolies. Ran into a tour group from Binna Burra, and spent some time looking at the trees and rocks on the top of the mountain. A nice easy walk from the main visitor area.

Viking on 26 Nov, 2013

Nice enough - better walks in the area but still worth a look for the intersting flora and rock formations

Alun on Dec, 2011

Nice easy walk.
The rock formation at the end point will have you guessing

Anonymous on 16 May, 2010


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