The old saw-milling town of Canungra is the springboard to Lamington National Park and its popular mountain resorts. Visitors can take a walk through the sawmill's old tramway tunnel cut through sandstone, where the walls show the scars caused by logs jamming against them. The beautiful timbers used in the interior of St Luke's Church also bear testimony to Canungra's timber heritage.
Now the town has become a haven for artists and craft-workers. View the work at the local galleries and potteries and then sit back with a cup of coffee at one of the local cafes. And if you thoughts turn to adventure, learn to hang-glide, paraglide or take a horse trek through the picturesque Biddaddaba Valley.