| Distance To surfers
35kms from Surfers Paradise
Relaxed mountain lifestyle, rainforests, village living
Mount Tamborine offers the idyllic serenity of a rainforest
village, only 35kms from the heart of Surfers Paradise and a one
hour drive from Brisbane city. Nestled amongst the national parks
and nature reserves that make up the Gold Coast hinterland, this
suburb is renowned for its panoramic views across the coast and its
wide assortment of craft and antique stores, tearooms, markets,
galleries and cafes.
Mount Tamborine (including the villages of North Tamborine,
Eagle Heights, Tamborine Village and Canungra) boasts
fertile soil and an excellent climate, which make it the
ideal location for a number of successful wineries and means
that a variety of local fresh produce is regularly on offer.
The charm of the Mountain village, together with the wide
variety of visitor accommodation, makes Mount Tamborine the
perfect tranquil retreat for many local and interstate
tourists. It is not uncommon for weekend visitors, escaping
the bustle of city life, to fall in love with Mount
Tamborine and decide to invest in property.
Retirees are typically attracted to the serenity of the
environment and the range of peaceful leisure activities,
such as gardening and bird watching, which the area is
Close proximity to both Brisbane and the Gold Coast make
Mount Tamborine ideal for working professionals who happily
accept a regular commute in order to secure the relaxed
lifestyle and quite surrounds of this plateau location.
Younger families are well catered for with both private and
public schools in the area, as well as kindergarten,
preschool and day care facilities.
The abundance of national parks and nature reserves in the
area offer a range of walking tracks, picnic spots and
picturesque lookouts. As such, Mount Tamborine is a popular
location for people who enjoy the outdoors.
Rapid population growth throughout Southeast Queensland and
the resultant expansion of infrastructure have threatened
the sanctuary of quiet communities like Mount Tamborine but
measures have been taken to avoid this.
Mount Tamborine forms part of the Beaudesert Shire, which
has imposed restrictions on further subdivision in the area.
As a result, the availability of vacant land in the area has
significantly decreased and prices have risen accordingly in
Housing choices are diverse and buyers will find it
relatively easy to find a home to suit their tastes and
budget. Mount Tamborine offers a wonderful selection of neat
and tidy cottages. Some of these homes are brick and tile,
others are built of Western Red Cedar or Hardiplank. Due to
the suburb's unique location on an
escarpment, even some of the budget
priced homes enjoy stunning views to the
Coast or over rainforest settings