Lamington National Park, Binna Burra, Queensland – Australia

My feet make no sound as the soft, vibrant bed of leaves meets my every step. Lamington National Park in Binna Burra Queensland is known for its Antarctic Beech Trees, which formed over 2000 years ago when conditions were cooler. Their ancient branches create an elegant archway as I make my way up the trail. I stop to view the vibrant red carpet of leaves covering the forest floor. They are in sharp contrast to the dark undergrowth, and this juxtaposition of light against dark is reminiscent of the extremes in weather that haunt the skies covering this park.

I continue to follow the crimson stream as it cascades through the moss-covered rocks. This forest is alive with a symphony of color and light, with the drumbeat of dripping branches keeping time.


Postage and handling provided free of charge to domestic & international customers. Please allow 10-15 business days for delivery.