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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.


Cedar Creek Estate Vineyard

Mount Tamborine Vineyard & Winery

Eating Out

Mount Tamborine Vineyard & Winery – Restaurant, Cafe, Cellar Door, Functions – 1 / 128 Long Road, “Gallery Walk” Tamborine Mtn

Cedar Creek Estate Vineyard Restaurant/Cafe

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Cedar Creek Estate

A wonderful dining experience! The vineyards at “Cedar Creek Estate” offer the perfect location for a relaxing lunch. Lunch, morning tea, afternoon tea are all available daily from 10am – 4pm. Enjoy the delightful garden settings in the Gazebo, Veranda, Deck, or indoor dining in the Hamblin Room. The menu has an assortment of meals including Devonshire tea, children’s meals, light lunches and gourmet a la carte meals.


Cedar Creek Estate Winery Weddings

Witches Falls Winery

O’Reilly’s Canungra Valley Vineyards

Bavarian Grill Haus

Eating Out

Bavarian Grill Haus – Traditional German Hospitality – 154-172 Main Western Rd, Tamborine Mtn

Wine Trail Map

The Tamborine Mountain Wine Trail Map is ideal for a self drive winery tour.

But if you are planning to indulge a little, maybe a wine tour is for you. Wine tours pick up from your Mount Tamborine Accommodation, so you are safe all the way. Most wine tours can be tailor made to your preferences, so relax and enjoy all the beautiful wines, ports, liquors etc. Mount Tamborine has to offer!

Please click on the button underneath the map to print out this “Wine Trail Map”.

Wine Trail, Tamborine Mountain, Cellar Doors, Winery Tours

Enjoy alcohol in moderation – don’t drink and drive!

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