kes up the backbone of the Lamington walking track system. Over a dozen other tracks and circuits are accessed from the Border Tracks.
The Border Track passes through warm and cool subtropical, and warm and cool temperate rainforest connecting the Binna Burra and Green Mountains sections of Lamington National Park.
These varied rainforest communities contain many ancient families of flowering plants: the Bolwarra family (Eupomatiacea), pepperbush (Winteraceae), laurels (Lauraceae), lilly pillies (Myrtaceae) and the southern beech (Fagaceae).
Lookouts provide spectacular views of the Lamington wilderness area, Mount Warning and Tweed Range. During winter months, walkers are likely to hear the loud ringing call of the native Albert's Lyrebird.
The Border track is accessible from many points including O’Reilly’s Rainforest Retreat, Binna Burra Mountain Lodge and Gre