About Tamborine Mountain NP
Within an hour's drive of Brisbane and the Gold Coast, Tamborine National Park stands as an oasis. Choose from nine walking tracks to see excellent views and glimpses of the Pacific Ocean and Gold Coast skyline to the east and national parks of the Scenic Rim to the west.
Tamborine NP's walks provide easy access to rainforest, piccabeen palm groves along crystal clear mountain streams and the magnificent Curtis Falls and Witches Falls.
Keep a look out for pademelons, brush turkeys, scrubwrens and the land mullet – one of the world's largest skinks. You might also be lucky to hear or catch a glimpse of the rare Albert's lyrebirds and also look out for the Richmond birdwing butterfly and the colourful noisy pitta bird.
The park’s visitor information centre is located at Doughty Park, corner of Geissman Dr and Main Western Rd, North Tamborine. It is open from 10am to 3pm daily.
Exploring Mt Tamborine National Park
The beauty of Tamborine Mountain National Park is its proximity to a wide variety of accommodation – from luxurious couples retreats to Gold coast Hinterland budget family motels and campsites.More >>
A guided tour is the most rewarding way to interpret what you're seeing and hearing as you walk through our Queensland national parks. Your guide also knows just where to look to find our shy Australian wildlife species. On Tamborine, it also easy to combine a national park tour with a winery tour. More >>
Tamborine Mountain national park has nine easy to moderate tracks, often with expansive panoramic views and glimpses of the ocean through the trees, as well as rainforest and waterfalls. Explore our listing for what makes each walk special and also the gitty-gritty, so the walk suits your ability.
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