Binna Burra is a parcel of private land and mountain lodge surrounded by Lamington National Park in Queensland, Australia. It is also the name of a locality in the same area within the Scenic Rim Region. The lodge lies in the north-eastern corner of the Lamington Plateau in the McPherson Range, 75 km south of Brisbane. It is marketed as an ecolodge and was one of the first nature based resorts to be established in Australia. In 2000, the resort was the first commercial accommodation provider to be awarded Green Globe Certification in Australia. The lodge and other aspects of the built environment at Binna Burra are listed on the Queensland Heritage Register as the Binna Burra Cultural Landscape.
Binna Burra means "where the Antarctic Beech trees grow" in a local Aboriginal language.