Leimington National Park is located in the mountainous area on the golden coast. It has a large area, including not only beautiful natural scenery, but also farms of all sizes. Standing on the hillside of the park, you can overlook the whole Golden Coast, the beautiful coastline, and also a wonderful place to watch the sunrise and sunset.
Lamington National Park on the Golden Coast is similar to Chunxi National Park and belongs to the subtropical rainforest reserve. There is one of Queensland's Best Hiking trails. The scenery and air along the trail are very beautiful. Here you can see a lot of rare Australian animals, they live in harmony with people, very lovely.
Lemington National Park, on the outskirts of the Golden Coast, is a very different place from the prosperity of the Golden Coast. The Valley here is long and far from the noise of the city. An Australian farmer's leisure place between the valleys, especially in the evening, standing on the top of the park and enjoying the magnificent sunset and sunset, is really beautiful.
Ramington National Park hikes through the jungle, and the air is good, 15 kilometers back and forth. The trees in the park were so dense that only a little sunshine could be leaked out, which made them look dark and cold. All kinds of strange plants, some parasitic on other trees, but the mother tree was dead.
It's highly recommended. It's one of the favorite places for this trip to Australia. Through the one-day tour booked by the travel agency, the tour guide was very interesting and explained a lot about the tropical rainforest along the way. The most interesting thing is the tree top walk on the top of the mountain. It's a few suspension bridges built on more than a dozen trees, one of which can climb up to the top of the tree and overlook the whole rainforest. Many wallabies were also seen on the way. The director's speech also included Koala, but unfortunately he didn't see it.
Aurelie Rainforest Manor has a spectacular view of the Mcpherson Mountains and hilly landscapes with Queensland's inland characteristics. Old forests are well preserved. Tall trees can be seen everywhere. There is a refueling suspension bridge between the top of the trees. You can walk on the bridge or climb to the top of the tree tube to look at the mountain forest. This feeling is good. We set a one-day trip to Taobao to find a lazy cat. We set out at 8:45 in the morning at the hotel and 10:00 in the town of Taborang Mountain. There are a lot of handicraft products with local characteristics here, but we want to buy them. By 12:00, we interacted with the alpacas. By 12:40, we finally entered the country of Lemington. The family park had lunch here, and was walking on the top of the Orelli tree. Feeding the parrots all the way down, it still felt good.
Remington National Park is the largest natural park in the Golden Coast area. Most of the park is located on the 900-meter plateau. It is also part of the World Heritage Site "East Coast Rainforest Reserve". There is a unique subtropical rainforest scenery. Tourists can enjoy the surrounding ancient trees, rippling streams and spectacular waterfalls, and listen to birds singing in the forest. Native and endangered Australian birds live here, fully integrated into the beauty of nature. Last but not least, it's open to the public free of charge all the time.
The road is hard to drive. Driving by oneself is dangerous. This place is only suitable for self-driving tours. On the way there will be a grass mud horse farm, 3 Australian dollars a pack of feed, you can feed them, very cute. There are many magpies flying over your head in the O'Reilly area of Lamington, which is very lovely. The mountain road that the park walks is 54 kilometers. You can't get down in the middle.
It is strongly recommended that you go to the end of the tree-top walkway, do not delay the plank-paved walkway back and move on. You will see two green doors. The entry indicates that it is not within the scope of Lamington National Park, but does not indicate the owner. After entering the garden is a very distinctive garden, quiet and mysterious, into which you feel another world, nostalgia, sadness, mystery, that feeling is indescribable, winding path is very easy to get lost, fortunately, the garden is not big, should not be lost, the central part of the garden has a few boulders, one of which has a nameplate, remembering the encounter that took place at the end of the last century. The plaque records the time of the event, the list of the victims, the list of survivors, the list of searchers and rescuers, and finally the plaque says, " the courage, solidarity and love of human beings in times of distress and the existence of this stone " (Probably, I have found a picture of the image, but I can't see it clearly, I remember that's what it means. I think I'll go back in the future, and I'll check it again.) During my stay in Australia, I have seen many beautiful sceneries, but I don't think they are as touching as this garden and this boulder.