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Amanda’s House of Hair

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Amanda’s House of Hair

Hair and Makeup Artists! “Amanda’s House of Hair” is an eco-friendly salon – all our products are 100% biodegradable. We only use certified organic products and natural organic colors. We specialise in a unique and friendly experience with professional styling for any occasion.


Southern Cross 4WD Tours

Tamborine Mountain Distillery

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Tamborine Mountain Distillery

Australia’s most-awarded distillery and liquor brand in the new millennium! One of the most sought out destinations on Tamborine Mountain is the “Tamborine Mountain Distillery”. This is Australia’s smallest operating Pot Still Distillery, but of world renown, and attracts visitors from Europe, America, Canada, New Zealand and Asia.


Mason Wines

Wineries, Distillery, Breweries

Mason Wines – Cellar Door, Restaurant, Weddings – 32 Hartley Road, Tamborine Mtn

How was Mount Tamborine formed?

Mount Tamborine has a very interesting history that spans back millions of years, it is a remnant of a crater rim of a volcanic explosion that happened about 22 Million years ago. It lends its name to a cluster of three villages that have settled on the mountain ridge over the past years.

Attractions

“Weather” rain, hail or shine – there is always something exciting to do when you “Discover Tamborine Mountain”!
Visit the famous multi-award winning “Witches Chase Cheese Factory” – Explore the rainforest canopies at the “Tamborine Rainforest Skywalk” – Go underground at the “Tamborine Mountain Glow Worm Caves” – or stroll up and down famous “Gallery Walk” with its 60 + boutiques, cottage industries, cafes, art galleries etc. – and the list goes on!

Tamborine Mountain Accommodation

The variety of accommodation on Tamborine Mountain is endless – quiet mountain motels, elegant 5 star resorts, secluded rainforest retreats, a range of magnificent bed & breakfasts and romantic cottages, often with spa baths, log fires and breathtaking views invite you to relax, unwind and refresh!

Cedar Creek Estate Vineyard

The Quillow Shop

Shopping

The Quillow Shop – Local handcraft extraordinaire – 1 / 120 Long Road, “Gallery Walk” Tamborine Mtn

Journey to Soul

Shopping Journey to Soul, Gallery walk, Tamborine Mountain

Journey to Soul

Lifestyle – Culture – Wellbeing! Life is a journey full of adventure, love, mystery , beauty and the yet to be known. At Journey to Soul we sell beautiful artisan work, old and new to enhance your sacred space. Perfect Potion Essential oils to promote wellness and sacred ambience, esoteric and lifestyle books, oracle, tarot cards, ritualistic supplies to guide your path, giftware and life celebration cards.


Whispers Fashion House

Shopping

Whispers Fashion House – Fashion with a Difference – 129 Long Road, “Gallery Walk” Tamborine Mtn

Tamborine Tea

Shopping

Tamborine Tea – Bringing you Flavors from around the World – 1 and 2 / 133 Long Road, “Gallery Walk” Tamborine Mtn

Granny Macs Store

Jakama Designs

Shopping

Jakama Designs – Homewares, Gifts, Accessories – 4 / 161 Long Road, “Gallery Walk” Tamborine Mtn

Chocolates on Gallery Walk

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Chocolates on Gallery Walk

The epitome of chocolate indulgence! “Chocolates on Gallery Walk” at the lower roundabout of “Gallery Walk” is every chocoholic’s dream come true! A huge range of all Australian made top-shelf chocolates and lots of other goodies are sure to satisfy even the most discerning taste. Just try to eat only one…. Exclusive stockist of “2T Tea and Tea Ware” – check out the range of beautiful tea cups, saucers and more.


Clandulla Cottages

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Clandulla Cottages & Farmstay

Private and peaceful self-contained accommodation! “Clandulla Cottages & Farmstay and B&B” is a tranquil and private getaway featuring luxurious self-contained accommodation. It is located in the Gold Coast Hinterland, at the foot of Tamborine Mountain, an easy 1hr drive from Brisbane or 40 minute drive from the Gold Coast.


Cedar Creek Estate Winery Weddings

Mt Tamborine Motel

Curtis Falls Mountain SPA Retreat

Kidd Street Cottages

Witches Falls Winery

Elevation Cafe

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Elevation Cafe

Superb Toby’s Estate Coffee! At “Elevation Cafe” you can enjoy delicious meals cooked fresh to order including all day breakfast and fresh juices. Our cakes and scones are baked in house. We are located next door to “Super IGA” – so there is plenty of easy parking right outside our door. Stylish modern colonial decor. Fully licensed – Open 7 days from 7.30am


Cayambe View B&B

Ray White Rural TM

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Ray White Rural Tamborine Mountain

Call in and meet our team! “Ray White Rural TM” is part of Australia’s largest Real Estate group selling one in every ten properties throughout Australia and New Zealand! We offer the largest range of over 140,000 properties for sale every year. Our culture, our team and our ongoing growth is all part of a carefully planned strategy to build the most customer-focused, results based agency.


Capanart Art Gallery

Art galleries

Capanart Gallery – Quality local and investment Art – 2 / 110 Long Road, “Gallery Walk” Tamborine Mtn

Hot Air Balloon Scenic Rim

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Hot Air Balloon Scenic Rim

“Hot Air Balloon Scenic Rim” On your way to Tamborine Mountain, come float in a hot air balloon – it’s the ideal way to spend the morning. Afterwards enjoy a delicious hot breakfast with champagne at O’Reilly’s Grand Homestead with time for wine tastings at Canungra Valley Vineyard.


Essentials Massage

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Essentials Massage

Find your piece of peace! “Essentials Massage” are fully qualified and experienced in a range of modalities. We live and work exclusively on Tamborine Mountain and are passionate about what we do. If you and your partner would like to have your treatments simultaneously, this can also be arranged.


Birchgrove Nursery & Cafe

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Birchgrove Nursery & Cafe

Boutique Garden Centre! Create the garden of your dreams! Give your garden and home its own unique look with our ever changing range of traditional and modern statuary, water features, concrete and metal garden art, arbours and arches. Bridges, wishing wells, urns, swings, benches and lanterns can all add the finishing touch you’re looking for. Nursery open 7 days, Cafe open Thursdays through to Sundays.


Adventure Mini Golf at Thunderbird Park

Attractions

Adventure Mini Golf – at Thunderbird Park – Cnr Cedar Creek Falls and Tamborine Mountain Rd, Tamborine Mtn

Clancy’s Irish Bar & Restaurant

Eating Out

Clancy’s Irish Bar & Restaurant – Authentic Irish Pub – 2 Main Street, Tamborine Mtn

Crema Lovers

Eating Out

Crema Lovers – Coffee, Chocolates, Light Lunches – 2 / 1-5 Eagle Heights Road, Tamborine Mtn

Tamborine Mountain “Lions Park” Picnic Area

View on Map “Discover Tamborine Mountain” map reference E5

Offering all necessary picnic facilities, the “Lions Park” has plenty of room for the kids to roam around. Large trees provide shade on hot days and cooking can be done on a number of wood fired BBQ’s.

In early 2012, the Tamborine Mountain “Lions Club” installed two large picnic shelters, providing protection from the elements.

These feature large picnic benches and tables and a solidly built roof structure on a concrete floor.  This addition makes “Lions Park” an even more popular picnic area.  It is easily accessible, but still a little away from the “beaten track”.  The new picnic shelters are located close to “Curtis Road”, with plenty of close by parking.

In December 2018 a large adventure playground was added, making “Lions Park” the ideal family picnic location. The adventure playground will keep the kids entertained for hours, offering endless climbing and playing activities. Raised seating for the “big kids” allows for easy supervision.

For more information about the Tamborine Mountain Lions Club click here. Adventure Playground created by Playscape Creations.

Picnics on Tamborine Mountain, Parks and BBQs, Children's Playgrounds on Tamborine

Tamborine Mountain Picnic Grounds Information Overview

Tamborine Mountain Visitor Map Guide

TM Map Booklet, Visitor Guide, Tourism Information

The ONLY complete
Visitor Information source!

What can Information, Accommodation, Mt Tambourine, Map, National Park see and do on Tamborine Mountain?

Welcome to Mount Tamborine’s ONLY complete FREE Visitor Guide map information booklet!

Tamborine Information, Visitor booklet, Info Maps In April 2010, “Discover Tamborine Mountain” issued the first “Discover Tamborine Mountain Visitor Guide and Treasure Map”!  In October 2010, the second edition of this hugely popular visitor guide was released, followed one year later by the third edition in December 2011, now called the “Discover TM Visitor Guide” map booklet.  February 2013 saw the fourth edition being released, with even more new features added (see below).  Due to its continued increase in popularity, the 5th edition (for 2014) was released in December 2013 already, and the 6th edition was again issued after only 10 months end September 2014. On the right you see the cover of the 2017 edition released in March 2017.

The main feature of the “TM Map Booklet and Visitor Guide” is of course a large map showing all details of Tamborine Mountain, without distortions and to scale, to enable you to find your way around without confusion! All relevant details are included in an easy-to-see format, nothing has been left out.

There is also a detailed map of the famous “Gallery Walk” shopping precinct, listing all the wonderful and exciting shops and the wares they offer, restaurants and cafes, cellar doors and of course Galleries!

Even more importantly, over the years several NEW PAGES have been added to the visitor guide, covering all the natural wonders that welcome our visitors:

Tamborine Mountain Wine Trail Map – showing the locations of the best wineries on Tamborine Mountain!
Bushwalks on Tamborine Mountain incl. NEW trail maps, how to get there, where to park, how long they take and so on. You can also download and print out maps of all trails.
Lookouts to both the Gold Coast and Inland, listed from north to south, with easy find map grid references and descriptions.
Waterfalls located all over the mountain, and how to get to them, as well as where you can go for a swim!
BBQs, Parks, Picnic Areas and Playgrounds, where they are, what facilities you will find on site, and how much space there is for the kids to roam around!
Self Drive Day Tours – a variety of suggested self drive tours, covering all sorts of different interesting places to visit

Tamborine Mountain Bushwalking Maps

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.

Tamborine National Park, Bushwalking, Walking Trails, Accommodation, Views, Lookouts

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Tambourine Mountain, Walking Trail, waterfall, National Park

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Bushwalking, Tamborine Mountain National Park, Waterfall, Information

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Witches Falls National Park, Waterfall, Bushwalking, Lookouts, Rainforest

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Picnic, BBQ, Lookout, Childrens play area, Bushwalking, Mt Tamborine

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Tamborine National Park

Tamborine Mountain is a nature lover’s paradise!
The famous “Witches Falls” section of the Tamborine National Park (MtTamborine, Mount Tamborine) was declared in 1908, making it Queensland’s first national park. Over the years additional reserves have been declared and today the park is made up of 13 sections of land on the Tamborine plateau and surrounding foothills.

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 Knoll Section of the Tamborine National Park

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Access:

In North Tamborine, turn off “main Western Road” into Main Street, continue past the shops and the residential area where it becomes “Knoll Road”, keep left when the road forks.

Sandy Creek / Cameron Falls Circuit (B3) 2.6 km return, allow 1 hour, easy grade

Lookout at “Cameron Falls”

The track descends from the car park to the creek through transitional rainforest with large flooded gums and Piccabeen groves.  Often large black skink lizards can be seen sunning themselves on this track (42 stairs).

Turn right when reaching the Sandy Creek circuit “T” junction, and follow the gently sloping track, watch for water runoff channels diagonally crossing the track.  When the track curves to the left, look out to your right for an impressive boulder field, the view is partly obscured by a palm grove (14 stairs).

The creek now becomes visible below on your left.  The track follows the creek and keeps descending towards the escarpment.  Gradually, the forest opens up, and the rambling of “Cameron Falls” waterfall can be heard in the distance.

The track turns sharply left, continuing along the cliff edge.  You will soon reach a concrete bridge crossing Sandy Creek.  The creek drops away over the escarpment, creating “Cameron Falls” (85 stairs).

Upper crossing of
“Sandy Creek”

The creek upstream as well as the clearing it created towards the falls are one of the many rewards for walkers coming to Tamborine Mountain.

Cameron Falls

A branch track to Cameron Falls Lookout (75meters) just past the bridge enables you to truly appreciate the natural beauty of this waterfall.  The lookout is very safe, offering spectacular views to Mount Flinders and Brisbane in the distance, as well as Cameron Falls to the right.  Walkers often spend a lot of time here, taking in the serenity of the area (29 stairs).

Continue right when returning from the branch track.  You will cross a timber sleeper bridge crossing a small creek, before reaching the upper “Sandy Creek” crossing (69 stairs).

A concrete bridge crosses Sandy Creek, offering good views both upstream and downstream.  A short stroll leads back up to the Sandy Creek circuit “T” junction, turn right and follow the uphill track back to the car parking area (70 stairs).

The Joalah Section of the Tamborine National Park

Tamborine National Park, Bushwalking, Walking Trails, Accommodation, Views, Lookouts

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Access:

For ease of parking, turn off Eagle Heights Road into Dapsang Drive at the “St George Anglican Church”, there is a very large parking area to the left at the end of the street. This parking area serves the church as well as the walking trail.

“Dapsang Drive” Carpark:
Car parking spaces: 42
Disabled car parking spaces: 2
Bus parking spaces: YES – 3
Public Toilets: YES
BBQs: NO
Picnic Settings: NO
Sheltered Picnic Settings: NO
Additional seating: NO
Views: NO
Information Board: YES – General Information

Alternatively, you can also access the start of this walk via a 400meter long walk starting via a small timber bridge at the “Curtis Corner” T- junction of Eagle Heights Road and Geissmann Drive. This is a popular tourist stop with several cafes and eateries, so parking is limited at times.

“Curtis Corner” T-junction:
Car parking spaces: 20
Disabled car parking spaces: 1
Public Toilets: NO – but available in food outlets
BBQs: NO
Picnic Settings: NO
Sheltered Picnic Settings: NO
Additional seating: NO
Views: NO
Information Board: YES – General Information

Curtis Falls (D5) 1.5km return, 101 steps, moderate grade with some steeper sections, allow 60 minutes return with plenty of time to admire the waterfall.

Viewing platform “Albert’s Lyrebird”

The start of the track meanders downhill through wet eucalypt forest beneath towering flooded gums.

Take advantage of the viewing platform on the left, allowing rainforest views towards the creek below. A plaque gives information about the illusive “Albert’s Lyrebird”. Joalah is an Aboriginal word meaning “Haunt of the Lyrebird”. During the winter months, the loud calls of the male Albert’s Lyrebird can still be heard (12 stairs).

“Curtis Falls” viewing platform

After the viewing platform the track gradually descends to Curtis Creek, which is reached after the last set of steps.

You will notice a drop in temperature as you descend into lush rainforest. Look out for beautiful crows nests and staghorn ferns growing in the canopy above (106 stairs).

Turn left to reach beautiful Curtis Falls, only a short stroll away. The falls run all year-round, however, they are at their most spectacular after heavy rainfalls. The track ends at a viewing platform overlooking a large rock pool, with great views of the falls and the surrounding columnar basalt rock face (6 stairs).

Curtis Falls

Please note that swimming is prohibited at