Lamington Natural History Association Inc

Acronym: 
LNHA

The Lamington Natural History Association, founded in 1975 and incorporated in 1987, was the first Association in Australia to collaborate with a government department to help visitors to a national park enjoy and understand the natural environment.Collaboration between the LNHA and the Queensland National Parks and Wildlife Service (Q.NPWS) is a prime example of government and private, non-profit organisations working together for the benefit of the community and the environment. Together, LNHA and Q.NPWS assist visitors to Lamington understand and appreciate the park. In this way, they stimulate a greater awareness of the natural environment and of conservation values and how to utilise these in a sustainable fashion. Integrated programs for people with and without disabilities are also conducted.

Contact
Contact name: 
John McQueen
Coordinator
Phone 1: 
(07) 5533 3622
Fax: 
(07) 5533 3576
Address
Postal Address: 
Binna Burra Lodge
Lamington National Park
BEECHMONT Via NERANG
4211
Access
Access facilities: 
Wheelchair access with assistance to some NPWS tracks, accessible toilet, accessible shower
Disabilities: 
All disabilities
Activities: 
Rope climbing, flying fox, sensory trail
Service details
Fees: 
From $5 per day to $41 per day for fully catered accommodation program
Clients: 
People with all disabilities who want social contact within a natural environment
Funding: 
Private and community bases sponsorship
Publications: 
Track guides, lists of flora and fauna, brochures, information leaflets
Resources: 
Environmental education, group and personal development programs

Disclaimer

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