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The Beacon on Tamborine

Much of the area was originally covered in dense jungle scattered with towering gum trees. Regeneration of rainforest remnants on the property is well advanced and the majestic white-trunked gum trees remain a much admired feature of the Convention Centre landscape today. The property is almost encircled by the rugged cliffs of the Tamborine Mountain escarpment. Nearby lookouts offer inspiring views of distant mountain ranges and the undulating lowlands hundreds of metres below.

The unique climate, landscape and scenery of Tamborine Mountain attract thousands of visitors to the mountain each year. While you are enjoying your stay with us we encourage you to explore the natural wonders of the mountain. Beautiful tropical rainforest walks and waterfalls are only minutes away and leafy parklands and picnic areas abound.
If coffee shops, restaurants, boutiques and galleries are more your style, then Gallery Walk in the heart of Tamborine is close by. Tamborine Mountain is also an excellent base for exploring the tourist attractions and amusememt parks of the Gold Coast and Brisbane.
Watch the hang gliders hover and spiral on the thermals and marvel at the hot air balloons floating gracefully through the clear morning air.

Small dogs on leashes are also welcome.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Are you guys actually camping up there or just hiking? If it's a hike i might be interested, but have no way of getting up to mt tambourine from surfers. If anyone going lives close by, please let me know.

    August 21, 2012

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