Kweebani Cave

2 h to 4 h

5.5 km

↑ 727 m
↓ -727 m

Moderate track
Starting near the information centre on Binna Burra Road, Beechmont, this return walk takes you through the scenic rainforest to visit the caves of Lamington National Park. As you’re walking through the dense forest teeming with wildlife, you’ll be met by the Kweebani Cave. The Yugambeh people who lived here before used to cook their prey here, thus named it ‘Kweebani’, meaning ‘I cook’. As you explore the Gold Coast hinterland, keep an eye out for various bird species such as the Eastern Bristlebird and the Australian Logrunner. Even if you don’t have the chance to spot a rare bird, the sight of a fluffy koala wandering about can still make your day. Expect to see impressive views over the Hinze Dam and the mountain ranges as well. Look out for snakes sunning themselves, and keep children in control just in case. Keep in mind that this trip involves a lot of steps Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.
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