Lamington National Park

Lamington National Park is regarded as one of the most important refuges for wildlife in south-east Queensland. The park’s birdlife is prolific, and two excellent bases for birdwatching are O’Reilly’s and Binna Burra guesthouses. There are bowerbirds (magnificent yellow-and- black regent bowerbirds are common around O’Reilly’s), king parrots, noisy pittas, green catbirds, Albert’s lyrebirds and paradise riflebirds. The park is also a refuge for some endangered frog species.

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