Hazelwood Estate is located in Beechmont, a quaint country village featuring an old-style community hall and country markets, between the Lamington Plateau and Tamborine Mountain.
The district takes its name from the white beech trees, once prolific in the area, which first settlers used for timber. The Beechmont district was first occupied by the Yugambeh people before the arrival of these timber cutters in the 1880s.
Today, the pretty town is a popular destination for bushwalkers who travel through on their way to the Binna Burra section of Lamington National Park. It’s also popular for Rosin’s Lookout on top of the ridgeline which offers views over the Numbinbar Valley across to Springbook and Mount Warning. The lookout offers barbeque and picnic facilities and is a launch site for hangliders and paragliders.
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