Tamborine Mountain is a plateau that stretches 8 kilometres long by 4 kilometres wide, and is situated in the Scenic Rim region of the Gold Coast hinterland in South Eastern Queensland. It’s actually a shade volcano with an elevation of 525 metres (1,722 feet) and is part of Australia’s Great Dividing Range. While its name may suggest that it was named after the musical instrument, the plateau’s name is of Aboriginal origin – from the word “jambreen” meaning “wild lime” – as it was inhabited by Aborigines for thousands of years. Aside from being a popular tourist destination for its natural attractions, parks, art galleries and walking tracks through rainforest regions, Tamborine Mountain is classified as a rural area with settlements in three village communities: North Tamborine, Eagle Heights and Mount Tamborine.
Demand attention with a search engine ready website.
Take the stress out of climbing Google’s search results.
Put a Google Premier Partner behind your Google Ads.
Boost your brand with the power of Facebook and Instagram marketing.