Garima Conservation Reserve - Currumbin Valley
Located in Currumbin Valley, this 27.5 hectare property is home to many native plants and animals and is essential habitat for Koalas and home to 13 threatened flora species.
The word Garima means ‘respect’ or ‘to take care of’ in Yugambeh language. The Yugambeh language people are the traditional custodians of the land located in south-east Queensland and north-east New South Wales
Lush dense green subtropical rainforest and traditional Australian bushland combine to offer a palette of greens, amid earthy browns and crystal-clear creeks that cascade over rocks into deep pools throughout the site.