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Tamborine Mountain Distillery

Attractions Cauldron Distillery

Cauldron Distillery

Cauldron Estate and Distillery is located at Tamborine Mountain on the Gold Coast hinterland. We produce unique Queensland inspired beverages including our award winning Five To Five Gin range. Enjoy a day in our picturesque vineyard, sample one of our drinks from the bar, or participate in one of our locally inspired memorable experiences.


Garden Club: Camellia and Magnolia Festival

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Garden Club: Camellia and Magnolia Festival

The Camellia and Magnolia Festival will be on the 30th and 31st of July 2021.
There will be five open Gardens from 10 am to 4 pm. There are also plant sales.

TICKETS are $20 per person to access all the gardens over the two days and are available ONLINE ONLY via our website. Under Covid safe rules all guests must check in with their phone using the Queensland Covid tracking app to each garden.
Website: tamborinemountaingardenclub.org.au


Tamborine Mountain Coffee Plantation

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Tamborine Mountain Coffee Plantation

On our property, we aim to provide a completely local experience. All of our coffee has been carefully roasted and blended by our team to highlight the flavour of the coffee we grow. We believe our coffee stacks up against some of premier growing regions around the world. Come and try it for yourself, and learn about how we do it!


Birchgrove Nursery Cafe

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Birchgrove Nursery Cafe

An unforgettable garden experience hard to find elsewhere!…
Birchgrove is a typical English Country Garden Centre set in picturesque Tamborine Mountain, offering a unique garden centre cafe, morning and afternoon teas, light lunches, award winning organic coffee and leaf teas. Open 7 days from 8:30am to 4pm.


Cafe Bravo

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Cafe Bravo

In 1898 the Geissman family (of Swiss and German origin), originally from Brisbane, built Capo di Monte in North Tamborine. At around the same time the architectural style on the mountain changed from the original Tudor to the Renaissance architecture. Renaissance style places emphasis on symmetry, proportion, geometry and the regularity of parts – Cafe Bravo is a typical representative of this kind of building. Whe visiting “Gallery Walk” drop in at iconic Cafe Bravo, relax on the deck beneath the Olive Trees, and enjoy everything from boutique coffee to Devonshire tea, cakes, snacks and elegant dining. 


Main St Provedore

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Main St. Provedore

Deli goods, lunch, dinner by appointment… Specialty products and fine food on Tamborine Mountain. Espresso and house-baked bread, deli-style sandwiches, luxurious salads. Exceptional four course dinner on selected Friday and Saturday evenings.