Lamington National Park Brisbane | Gold Coast

Get your bearings at the scenic lookout. Photo credit: Anna Osetroff © Queensland Government

Lush rainforest, ancient trees and stunning waterfalls make Lamington National Park an outstanding place to visit! Photo credit: Nick Hill © Queensland Government

Be inspired: Long hikes in Lamington take you back through time

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to step back in time, not hundreds of years but millions? Photo credit: Lightcapturer © Queensland Government

Be inspired: Meet Lamington’s iconic and elusive wildlife—let the show begin!

Roll up, roll up! You’re about to meet the show-stopping performers of our Gondwana World Heritage Area rainforest! Photo credit: Lightcapturer © Queensland Government

Be inspired: 7 accessible (wheelchair and stroller-friendly) parks close to Brisbane

There’s no need to feel like you’re stuck in the city with nowhere to go this weekend! Photo credit: © Queensland Government

Be inspired: 8 family-friendly walks around the Gold Coast

Calling nature enthusiasts of all ages! If you’re looking for nature therapy the whole family can enjoy, there’s no better place than Queensland’s biggest playground—Queensland National Parks! Photo credit: Anna Osetroff © Queensland Government

Be inspired: A magical history tour of Queensland’s earliest national parks

South-East Queensland is the cradle of Queensland National Parks. So let’s take a tour of 4 of our earliest parks to learn the fascinating stories behind their creation and find out how to best enjoy them today. Photo credit: Nick Hill © Queensland Government

Be inspired: Refresh in the ‘green behind the gold’—5 bushwalks on the Gold Coast

Queensland National Parks in the Gold Coast hinterland offer bushwalks where you can refresh in cool mountain air, immerse your senses in lush green forests and feast your eyes on breathtaking scenery. Photo credit: © Tourism and Events Queensland

Kamarun lookout

Have a picnic encircled by spectacular vistas at this historic site that recognises the significant contribution of Romeo Lahey.

Accessible by

  • Conventional vehicle

Attraction facilities

  • Lookout (constructed)
  • Picnic tables (some sheltered)
  • Wheelchair access (may require assistance)

Stop in at the lookout for a picnic and enjoy the impressive, 200-degree views of undulating hills, craggy peaks and patchwork valleys. Search the sky for soaring wedge-tailed eagles and other birds. Sunset here is particularly dramatic and photos are fantastic at any time, and in any weather.

Don't miss the historic Romeo Lahey memorial lookout shelter where you can get your bearings from the directional plate. The shelter was opened in 1970 and recognises the energy and drive Lahey put into having Lamington recognised as a national park.

This park is part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area, famed for its ongoing geological processes, evolutionary history, and diversity (especially of rare, threatened and endemic species).

Getting there and getting around

The Kamarun lookout is in the Green Mountains section of Lamington National Park, 110km south of Brisbane.

  • From Canungra travel 27km along Lamington National Park Road.
  • Turn left into Kamarun Lookout Road and follow it for 850m to the lookout.

For more details on how to get to Lamington National Park, please see getting there and getting around.

Wheelchair accessibility

This lookout does not have wheelchair-accessible facilities.

The Green Mountains day-use area has wheelchair-accessible toilet facilities and picnic tables as well as two wheelchair-accessible walking tracks. The Centenary track is a 900m universal access track, and the first 700m of the Border Track is accessible for wheelchairs with assistance.

Before you visit

Opening hours

Kamarun lookout is open 24 hours a day

Check park alerts for the latest information on access, closures and conditions.

Visiting safely

For more safety information see Visiting Lamington safely.