You can do as little or as much as you like while staying at The Log Cabin Camp.


  • Volleyball. Make use of the on-site volleyball court
  • Movies on the big screen. Brunner Hall contains a projector and large screen to watch your favourite flicks
  • Relax in front of the fire in The Old Log Cabin.
  • Hiking. If you feel like stretching your legs, why not enjoy the leisurely 15 minute walk down to the Platypus Pond (Hint: best times are morning and evening)
  • Bird watching. There is a large variety of birdlife at the Camp. How many can you spot?
  • Spot the bush creatures. Keep an eye out for the bandicoots, lizards, tree frogs, wallabies and the odd snake or two!


  • Natural Bridge and Glow Worm Cave. Take the leisurely 700m walk down to the world famous Natural Bridge, and return at night to see the thousands of glow worms in their natural habitat.
  • Springbrook National Park has waterfalls, lookouts and hiking trails.
  • Lamington National Park to the west also has extensive walking trails through beautiful rainforest.
  • Bornhoffen PCYC nearby offers rafting, hiking, canoeing and more.
  • Numinbah Valley Adventure Trails offers horseriding.
  • Theme Parks. Dreamworld, Wet ‘N Wild and MovieWorld are all less than an hour’s drive away.
  • SummerGrove Estate offers fine dining and live music on weekends.
  • Hinze Dam offers a variety of recreational activities including walking, electric or manual power boating, fishing, biking and horse-riding. There is also an on-site café and BBQ facilities.