About North Tamborine
North Tamborine is a town (and former suburb)
on Tamborine Mountain in South East
Many early settlers grew maize and grazed
dairy cattle. The first guesthouse on the
mountain was open in 1889.
A tourist road to the mountain was completed
in 1924. The road brought visitors to the area
and the North Tamborine village became the
centre for social and business activities. North
Tamborine Post Office opened by 1922.
A section of Tamborine National Park known as
The Knoll protects forests found in the north of
Formerly a suburb in its own right, in 1997,
North Tamborine was merged with other
former suburbs Eagle Heights and Mount
Tamborine to create the larger locality of
Points of Interest
Cafe on Tamborine
Castle Glen Liqueurs
Cedar Creek Estate Restaurant
Cinnamon Bun Cafe
Clancy's Irish Bar & Restuarant
Curtis Falls Cafe
Gluten Free Revolution
Le Chile Cafe
32 Hartley Road (We-Su 10:00-16:00)
Mount Tamborine Vineyard And Winery
Mountain Burger Cafe
157 Long Road
St George's Anglican Church
St John the Baptist Catholic church
Tamborine Mountain Library
Tamborine Mountain Relaxation Centre
Tamborine Mt Presbyterian Church
The Fountain of Juice
The Gallery Cafe
The Mountain Brew Coffee
1/18 Main Street (Mo-Su 07:00-15:00)
Wild Plum Kitchen
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