Unique Antiques by Amandarling!“Vintage Frills” has an eclectic range of vintage, antique and one-of-a-kind pieces. You will find furniture, smalls, assorted lead crystal and china pieces and a lot more. Open Tuesdays through to Mondays (closed Tuesdays) from 10am to 4pm.
“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!
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!
The trusted name in Jewellery!“Matthew West” has over 23 years experience as a jeweller, and offers a comprehensive jewellery repair and manufacturing service. Come in to see an interesting array of fine jewellery in silver and gold, including exclusive, one of a kind pieces, designed and handmade on the premises. Open 7 days a week 10am through to 4pm.
The Handmade Cottage – All Handmade Crafts and Gifts – 127 Long Road, “Gallery Walk” Tamborine Mtn
The Handmade Cottage
All handmade crafts and gifts! “The Handmade Cottage” brings back handmade craft to Gallery Walk in a quaint country cottage at the fig tree end of “Gallery Walk” featuring the quality work of local and South East Queensland craft persons. Inside you will find a full range of handmade gift items such as dolls, coathangers, gift cards, lamps, wall hangings and many more. Open 7 days a week, from 10am through to 4pm.
Old Kyoto Japanese Gallery – Japanese Gallery – 3 / 133 Long Road, “Gallery Walk” Tamborine Mtn
Old Kyoto Japanese Gallery
Japanese Gallery!“Old Kyoto Japanese Gallery” is the latest addition to the ever increasing number of exciting shops on “Gallery Walk”! This Japanese Gallery offers a beautiful range of vintage Kimono and Obi, new kimono, home decor, wall art and gifts.
Cafe Bravo – Great Coffee / Cakes, Light Lunches – 137 Long Road, “Gallery Walk” Tamborine Mtn
This is coffee!“Cafe Bravo” for GOOD coffee and tasty modern cuisine at very reasonable prices. Breakfast & Lunch everyday, dinners on the weekend. Check out the daily specials of our delicious cakes and homemade scones! Takeaway is also available for your convenience. Enjoy, relax and have a great time with your families and friends! Open Mon to Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 8am. Dinner Fri and Sat from 5.30pm.
A true icon on Gallery Walk! The “German Cuckoo Clock Nest” offers the largest variety of Grandfather Clocks, Cuckoo Clocks, Wall Clocks, Mantel Clocks and contemporary timepieces too. Huge range of German souvenirs including cow bells, German music, beer steins and Christmas items all year round. Expert service and repair. Open 7 days 10am to 4pm.
The Little Rotunda Pottery – Original hand built Pottery Creations – 5 / 161 Long Road, “Gallery Walk” Tamborine Mtn
An unusual alliance! Welcome to this new and exciting venture for “D&D Pottery” We have opened a shop on Gallery Walk – come and visit us and view our range of pottery chimes, mushrooms, masks, character faces and much more. We have enjoyed making our original hand built pottery creations. They would make a unique one of a kind gift for your home or garden (perfect for Christmas!). We are open every day 10am – 4pm
Angela’s Pantry – A Taste Experience through a World of Flavors – 4 / 136 Long Road, “Gallery Walk” Tamborine Mtn
A taste experience through a world of flavours!“Angela’s Pantry” is a deli with a difference, where you can sample an amazing variety of gourmet products. Angela is always friendly and informative and ready to help with your recipes and culinary needs. Or drop in to find a gift for your family and foodie friends. Open Mon to Fri 10am til 3pm / Sat and Sun 9.30am to 4pm.
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.
Fortitude Brewing Company – Craft Beers, Pizza, Bistro – 165 Long Road “Gallery Walk”, Tamborine Mtn
Fortitude Brewing Company
Have YOU got fortitude? “Fortitude Brewing Company” has taken over the reins from “MT Brewery” bringing with it a wealth of brewing knowledge and experience, having already a strong following in Brisbane and SE Qld. Tamborine Mountain Visitors can now enjoy Fortitude Brewery craft beers on “Gallery Walk” and the tradition of beer brewing on Tamborine Mountain continues.
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.
Since 1925 on Main Street! At “Belvedere Restaurant” authentic Italian Chef Mario from ROMA welcomes you seven days a week. Homemade pasta and wood fired pizza. Traditional Italian menu at its best and a warm and welcoming atmosphere make this Italian Restaurant a popular choice for locals and visitors alike. For dessert try the NUTELLA pizza – YUM!
“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.
Welcome to Mount Tamborine’s ONLY complete FREE Visitor Guide map information booklet! 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
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 Mountain is a beautiful lush green mountain plateau in the Gold Coast Hinterland, only an hours’ drive from Brisbane or Surfers Paradise. It is home to the first ever National Park in Queensland and a secret hideaway for Australia’s city dwellers. The Green behind the Gold
The “Tamborine Mountain Country Markets” are held on the 2nd Sunday of each month at the Tamborine Mountain Showgrounds at the roundabout Main Western Road and Bartle Road in Mount Tamborine.
Tamborine Mountain Country Markets Cnr Main Western Road and Bartle Road Tamborine Mountain Showgrounds Market Convenor: (mob) 0417 618 379
The market offers a huge range of fresh fruit and vegetables, wonderful locally produced cheeses, plants, herbs, flowers, coffee, arts and crafts, collectibles, garden ornaments, clothing, a myriad of home made things and delicious temptations of all kinds.
Family friendly markets!
And if all this makes you hungry, there is plenty of food to eat right then, there’s excellent coffee, proffertjes (Dutch pancakes), German sausages (try the “Knackwurst” with mustard – yum!) or be tempted by baked jacket potatoes or fresh corn on the cob.
The Tamborine Mountain Showgrounds are quite large, so there is plenty of room to wander around.
Usually there’s a singer or performer on the gazebo stage, giving these markets a relaxing country atmosphere. Large shady trees keep you cool in summer, and some open areas allow you to soak in the sun on cooler days.
The race is on!
Little kids can have pony rides or play in the kids’ castle area, or have some fun with the small kid’s car ride. The “Tamborine Mountain County Markets” are definitely family-friendly, sometimes several dozen prams are seen parked in the eatery area!
For parking, there is some street parking all around “Main Western Road” but if you manage to find a spot, it can be difficult to cross the road and it can also mean a bit of a walk back to your car.
Tamborine Mountain Country Markets
A much better solution is to support the SES or the local Fire Brigade who co-ordinate parking inside the grassy showgrounds. Just turn into Normandie Court at the roundabout and follow the signs. Entry is by gold coin donation, and an SES volunteer will direct you to your parking spot. It is much easier then to drop your fruit, vegies and other goodies back to the car – because chances are -you are going to buy too much to carry around!
The coolness and fresh air of Tamborine Mountain invites you to thoroughly enjoy this country market day. And whilst you are there, you can also drop in at the “Green Shed Local
Tamborine Mountain State School Markets Corner of Long and Curtis Roads Tamborine Mountain Qld 4272 Market Co-ordinator: ph (mob) 0402 527 241 Email: [email protected]
The “Tamborine Mountain State School Markets” are a true country village market.
Tamborine Mountain State School Markets
The TMSS P&C warmly welcomes locals and visitors to the Tamborine Mountain State School Markets. We would love to see you on the last Sunday of every month from 7am to 1pm.
Situated on the picturesque Tamborine Mountain, we are a wonderfully diverse, character-filled market overflowing with things to adore. At our Markets you will find up to 125 stalls from local artists, crafts people, fresh produce, plants, books, clothing, vintage items, collectibles, jewellery, bric a brac, candles, crystals…. the list is endless and always changing.
Whether you are browsing or buying, come along and treat yourself to some of our deliciously tasty food while enjoying the live music and friendly mountain atmosphere.
So come on up, find that special piece, fossick through the treasures, stock up on fresh local produce and – enjoy your visit to Tamborine Mountain!
Wellbeing for Body and Mind! I have been teaching yoga for 25 years and understand the importance of maintaining a strong, clean healthy body enjoying a clear peaceful mind and nourishing the spirit. Meditation classes, chakra workshops and weekend retreats are held regularly to offer the student a deeper understanding of the philosophy of yoga, oneself…and life.
Tamborine Mountain with its romantic chapels and quaint churches, manicured gardens with magnificent fountains and valley views, breathtaking photo opportunities and even cave and waterfall weddings is certain to fulfill all that your heart desires.
One of the main reasons why close to 1 Million people visit Tamborine Mountain every year is the fact that the Mountain boasts 7 wineries offering a huge variety of wines – whites, reds, sparkling, fortified and everything in between. Add to that some phantastic beers from the “Fortitude Brewery” located at the lower roundabout of Gallery Walk or liqeuers from “Castle Glen Australia” – and a unique and exciting tasting experience awaits you on Tamborine Mountain!
“Rosser Park” is located just opposite St.Bernards Shopping Centre, Siganto Street, Mt Tamborine (via ‘Henry Robert Drive’), across the road from the “St Bernards Shopping Village” and the famous “Taste Buddies” Convenience Store, where you will find Mrs Macs Pies, coffee, cold drinks, ice cream and home made fudge.
This park is easily accessible and well visited, offering sheltered picnic settings, wood fired BBQ’s, a children’s playground and sheltered areas. The public toilets on site have been painted to blend in with the fauna and flora of Tamborine Mountain, and are claimed to be a piece of art in their own rights!
Being located on the Southern end of Tamborine Mountain, the park is less frequented and thus offers a sometimes welcome reprieve from the busier Northern area. Also a great spot for kids and adults alike to relax before heading back down to the Gold Coast via Nerang using “Henri Robert” Drive.
Tamborine Mountain Picnic Grounds Information Overview
“Guanaba Park” is a large playground with many facilities and heaps of room to keep the kids entertained for hours!
Just past the Golf Course on the left side of the road when heading up the mountain from Nerang using “Henri Robert Drive”, it is a great area for kids with good playground equipment and space for games of all kinds. Parents can relax on seating benches while keeping an eye out for their youngsters.
There are a couple of sheltered picninc settings with wood fired BBQs, as well as an open picnic setting and easy off-road parking. Public toilets are located just one minute’s drive away at “Rosser Park”.
Tamborine Mountain Picnic Grounds Information Overview
Located at the southernmost point of Tamborine Mountain this once was a very popular lookout area including a viewing tower to give early settlers advance warnings of approaching bush fires. With the tower long gone and trees obstructing the views, this small park is now a quiet picnic area, offering a variety of facilities.
Lahey Lookout Commemorative Plaque
Tamborine Mountain Picnic Grounds Information Overview