Tamborine Botanic Gardens – a stretch of greenery that covers 11 hectares of the mountain, a slice of heaven where tropical meets temperate.
The Quillow Shop
Local handcraft extraordinaire! Local handcraft extraordinaire! Everything you find at the “The Quillow Shop” is locally handcrafted by 5 ladies – hand crocheted, hand knitted, hand sewn and handmade! A huge range of quillows, crochet doilies, baby’s clothing, ponchos and capes, hats and beanies, children’s toys, dolls, puppets – and so on. Open 7 days a week from 10am to 4pm.
Nels on the Walk / Love Lavender
Gift and Novelties! “Nels on the Walk” sell gifts and home wares including beautiful hand painted tiles, funky tin figures and large brightly colored animals created from recycled oil drums from Africa, toys and puzzles, watches and jewellery, just to mention a few of our exciting lines. “Love Lavender” is an extension of “Nel’s on the Walk” where you will find a beautiful range of lavender products and napery. Open 7 days.
Mountain Burger Cafe
Old school burgers and cakes since 1960! “Mountain Burger Cafe” is a hidden gem on “Gallery Walk”. Find a car park right in front and enjoy Fish & Chips, Souvlaki, 16 different flavors of Gelato and Sorbet as well as Cakes – and of course the famous “Mountain Burger” may be on the sunny deck at the rear? Go online using the free wifi. Also offering a 10% pensioner discount.
When you visit Tamborine Mountain, visit the many waterfalls which are easily reached by clearly defined walking trails and bushwalks. Lookouts with breathtaking views invite to stop and gaze into the distance. There are numerous beautiful picnic and BBQ areas, inviting you to enjoy a meal in the Great Outdoors.
And the kids haven’t been forgotten either – Tamborine Mountain offers a large number of kid’s playgrounds so that Mum and Dad can truly relax and also enjoy their day out!
The villages on Tamborine Mountain are surrounded by National Parks with lush rain forests.
On this page you will find down-loadable and printable copies of the six main bush walking areas you will find on beautiful Mount Tamborine. You will also find these in their respective bushwalking track note pages.