O'Reillys & Lamington National Park

O'Reillys & Lamington National Park
Tree Top Walk
Tree Top Walk
Bird Life

This amazing Gold Coast tour lets you explore the very best of the villages and national parks in the Gold Coast hinterland region. Experience the beauty and natural charm of local villages, farms, rural landscapes, scenic vistas and lush rainforests.

Departing from either Brisbane or the Gold Coast, this coach tour climbs up to Mount Tamborine Village and also the township of Canungra, where you can check out the local shops and even sample local wines. After leaving Canungra the tour stops in at a popular mountain lookout.

From here the tour climbs even further up into the mountains to O'Reilly's Rainforest Retreat in the stunning Lamington National Park. Here you can experience the rainforest from the unique perspective of being right up in the trees on the Tree Top Canopy Walk. Witness a great variety of bird life and diverse flora. The O'Reilly's Interpretive Rainforest Centre also offers visitors valuable knowledge of the region.

This O'Reilly's & Lamington National Park day tour lets you do as much or as little as you please while encompassing the best of the Gold Coast hinterland region.

Itinerary Options

Optional Lunch available at O'Reillys


  • Gallery Walk on Mt Tamborine
  • World Heritage National Park
  • Tree Top Canopy Walk


  • Return Transfers
  • Tree Top Walk


Departs Brisbane: Daily 8.45am from L3 Brisbane Transit Centre, Roma Street and returns at 6.00pm

Departs Gold Coast: Daily 8.45am and returns at 5.00pm
Gold Coast Hotel Pick Up: complimentary, however must requested at time of booking. From selected city hotels only.

Additional Info

Children: Child rates apply for 3-13 years
Note: This tour does not operate during Easter, on Anzac Day, Labor Day, Queens Birthday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day or New Years Day public holidays
What to bring: Comfortable shoes, light jacket, sunscreen, camera
Fitness Requirements: Low level of fitness needed
Operated by: Australian Day Tours