Glamping in The Lost World, Scenic Rim, Queensland

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Escape to The Lost World

Overlooked by the dramatic Razorback Mountain and Lamington Plateau, the Lost World occupies enchanted valleys populated by tangled forests, verdant meadows, wild rivers, mesmerising rock pools and rare wildlife. A true rugged wilderness, this Scenic Rim gem offers the chance to disconnect from modern life and engage with nature.

Slow the pace along the scenic Lost World Tourist Drive through the Kerry Valley, Lost World, Lamington Gorge and Christmas Creek, and get into farm-based activities at Tommerup’s Dairy – open by appointment, on regular open days or as part of the Farm Gate Trails – where you can meet the menagerie of animals and stock up on farm-fresh produce.

Camp or stay in Lost World accommodation from charming cabins to historic homesteads. Gain access to private trails and pristine swimming holes and try your hand at skills such as stockwhip-cracking and boomerang throwing. Christmas Creek, on the tip of Lamington National Park, also offers an enchanting immersive experience in nature, glamping in luxe safari tents at Nightfall Camp.

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“The Lost World features pristine rural landscapes covering alluvial plains and verdant mountain ranges where wildlife and agriculture meet and meld.”

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Beaudesert Community Arts and Information Centre

Our Information Centres Entrance is welcoming to all our visitors
Contact details

2-14 Enterprise Drive
Beaudesert Qld 4285

Opening Hours

MON - SUN9:00am - 3:00pm

The Beaudesert Community Arts and Information Centre is located on the corner of Enterprise Drive and Mt Lindesay Highway in Beaudesert.

This accredited visitor information centre offers a one stop shop for travel information including maps, brochures, and itineraries. Staffed by skilled and knowledgeable locals, the Beaudesert Community Arts and Information Centre can provide advice on the things to see, things to do and where to eat. Discuss your travel plans with the friendly staff .

Also enjoy their famous Devonshire Tea in the Tea Garden or browse through the Lyrebird Gallery with work from local artists and craftspeople – paintings, pottery, sculpture, woodwork, textile arts and photography. They also stock home-made and locally-produced foods.

Beaudesert Marketfest takes place on the first Saturday of each month, with an extra Christmas market in December. The market is held in Westerman Park, Mt Lindesay Highway, beside the Arts and Information Centre. There are around 150 stalls, featuring fresh fruit and veges, plants, clothing, old tools and small machinery, bric-a brac, craft, birds, and a variety of other stalls. The market runs from 7am until 12 midday.