Summary: Ungurungbano Falls is a small cascade formed by an unnamed creek. It can be seen from the track when doing the Coomera Circuit hike.

Ungurungbano Falls is a relatively small cascade, formed by an unnamed creek dropping into the Coomera River. It can be seen from the track when doing the 17.5km Coomera Circuit, a short distance after the Coomera Falls.

Ungurungbano Falls

The waterfall drops about 15 metres, through lush rainforest.

IMG 3048 LR Ungurungbano Falls (Lamington NP)

Getting to Ungurungbano Falls

The bushwalking trail starts from the end of Binna Burra Road, near Binna Burra Lodge. From the carpark, follow the well-marked Border Trail for 1.8km before veering right onto the Coomera Circuit, which is one of the most popular walks Lamington National Park.

Finding the best waterfalls in Lamington National Park has more information on the best bushwalks to do if you’re chasing waterfalls, and a list of all the waterfalls along the signposted trails.

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